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The traditional object of the West’s romantic foreign-policy visions is now the graveyard of its idealism.
An upstart far-right party in the Netherlands threatens to entrench xenophobia in one of Europe’s most progressive countries.
The road to Pyongyang does not pass through Tehran.
Two new measures try to provide Americans with greater disclosure about foreign influence.
The German chancellor's most likely successors are both women — but the similarities end there.
Ankara is a difficult friend. That doesn't mean the United States should cut it loose.
My government wants to ban accusations of Polish wartime complicity for the sake of honoring history.
Don’t hate the player — hate the game.
Nobody's throwing goodbye parties at Langley for the outgoing boss.
This week’s guest, Mickey Bergman, has been to the table with North Korea before and knows what to expect from the upcoming talks.
Brussels needs to admit that Warsaw's democratic charade is over.
The draft bill is the first legislative attempt to push back against the Chinese state-run programs.
The chaos of Italy's election is the result of long-standing trends — and a preview of what's to come in Europe.
Most of Washington is scared to meet with Russians. Jon Huntsman wants to meet as many as possible.
Trump's CIA pick could break the agency's glass ceiling — if she can answer tough questions on interrogation methods.
Relations between Britain and Russia plunge to a new low.
The fall of a shadowy Chinese oil magnate may bring a reckoning to cozy Czech-Chinese relations.
Russian corruption starts small but quickly spreads.
Arab countries suddenly find Vladimir Putin attractive because they feel neglected by Washington.
Washington and Ankara are playing a dangerous game of chicken in Syria.