The last rebel stronghold in Syria has survived – for now.
A recurring pattern during the Trump administration has been that while public outrage can be effective in the short-term, it rarely brings about long-term policy changes.
Working on a profile, I went to see the brothel-owner, reality TV star, and “Trump of Pahrump” speak at his birthday party in Nevada. It would turn out to be a strange, and fateful, evening.
History shows that the US has often been far nobler than many of the politicians chosen to guide it.
When the city falls to the regime, through blood or by negotiation, the war against Assad will, finally, be lost.
Europe is once again divided – this time between liberalism’s defenders in the west and north, and states in the south and east who increasingly reject it.
“I called my wife and said, ‘Get me some black gloves.’”
For decades, Bolsonaro was considered too toxic to be taken seriously – now people wonder if he can be stopped at all.
Stories about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’s interest in the club manage to ignore the swirling accusations against him.
The brutal killing of a Saudi journalist has exposed so many Western observers as fools for buying into the Saudi crown prince's own hype.
Although Matteo Salvini’s pronouncements may cause more outrage, Luigi Di Maio of the Five Star Movement is playing along.