Two big admissions from the Director of the F.B.I. today are likely to lead to real political headaches for the Trump Administration.
Scotland’s First Minister is calling for another independence vote in the wake of the beginning of the Brexit process, but she’s unlikely to get it.
South Korea removes a corrupt leader by peaceful means.
Trump’s combination amateur hour/tough guy approach is not going to make the world a safer place, nor will it advance US national interest.
As with so many things, the President is demonstrating that he really doesn’t know what he is doing.
Trump’s tweet may have been casual bluster posted while sitting at the breakfast table (presumably eating Wheaties®—The Breakfast of Champions). We can’t know. And finally it matters not because what really matters is that it was taken at face value by President Peña Nieto.
Despite campaign promises, President Trump appears to be putting off any immediate decision on the location of the U.S. Embassy to Israel.
This will get people killed. Quite likely, including American citizens.
British Prime Minister Theresa May made it clear that she intends to move forward with Brexit.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech on Middle East peace was largely correct, but his words are pointless given the fact that neither Israel nor the Palestinians seem serious about peacefully resolving their differences.
While you were celebrating Christmas, Israel was blasting the Obama Administration and cozying up to the incoming Trump Administration.
Another attack in what has been a bloody 2016 for Europe.
The situation in the Middle East just potentially became much more complicated.
The players are almost completely set for France’s 2017 Presidential elections, and the choice seems likely to come down to center-right candidate Francois Fillon and Marine Le Pen, France’s Donald Trump.
Neither President Obama nor Vice-President Biden will attend Fidel Castro’s funeral.
As America prepares for a Presidential transition, an old conflict with a history of turning dangerous rears its head.
Political change coming to Germany? Or more of the same.
Today Colombians got to the polls to vote in a plebiscite on the FARC peace accord.
The reputation of the US matters in global affairs.
A new report concludes that Malaysia Air Flight 17 was brought down by a missile brought into Ukraine from Russia.
The United States and Russia have reached an agreement to end fighting in Syria, but it seems unlikely to succeed given that it doesn’t involve the parties actually doing the fighting.
North Korea continues to advance its nuclear program but it’s unclear what anyone can do about it.
A high-level French Court has struck down the ban on the so-called ‘burkini’ adopted by many towns along the French Riviera.
For largely irrational reasons, French police are arresting women on the beach for wearing swimsuits that are compatible with their faith.
A night of terror mars Bastille Day celebrations in France.
A quick succession of events this morning means that Theresa May will become Britain’s Prime Minister far sooner than anticipated.