Paul Manafort resigned last Friday after new revelations about his connection to Viktor Yanukovych in Ukraine. But Yanukovych is not Manafort’s first dictator, and Manafort is not Washington’s first insider with dangerous international ties.
Rodrigo Duterte has won the Philippines’ election with an almost unprecedented mandate. No one knows what will happen when he takes office on June 30th, but one thing is certain: there will be blood.
Much to Donald Trump’s terror, Ted Cruz is rapidly becoming the Republican front runner. What can we make of this new lead? What might a Cruz ticket mean for the Republican party?
Birther videos do not exist in a vacuum. Instead, they are part of a sustained and extant movement that has retained an astoundingly large viewership over the past seven years.
The latest political earthquake in Washington tells us a lot about the state of today’s Republican Party. It also raises the stakes for 2016.
Struggling presidential hopefuls have realized that in a crowded field, the only comments and actions that make headlines do so because of their shock value.
In a primary that has the potential to frustrate even the most committed of Republican partisans, disillusioned voters could turn to Kasich as a sane, moderate, and fresh alternative.
While the outcome of June’s US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue was decidedly mixed, there was one clear bright spot among the items on the agenda: Afghanistan. Indeed, the State Department dossier on the June meeting went so far as to use the word “coordination” to describe US-China involvement in the region—a word markedly absent from …