CEOs could have turned off the money spigot for the Republican Party years ago. Why they didn't.
A COVID Vaccine Corps bringing together young people and retired medics could speed vaccinations up—and bridge divides, too.
The Taliban have been on a relentless and sleek campaign to cast themselves as legitimate political players and peace partners in Afghanistan.
Every ideologue thinks his or her cause is just, right and moral. That's the reason it's so important to suppress violent movements before they gain momentum.
We need to remind ourselves of America's higher purpose.
In order for the movement he helped build to flourish, the president must go away after January 20.
the president has one unresolved China item on his desk that could be his administration's most consequential China policy yet: a formal finding, under the Genocide Convention, of genocide in Xinjiang.
Unless there is verifiable dismantlement of Iran's enrichment program, Tehran will always retain the ability to renege on its non-proliferation promises.
Don't waste precious time pushing maximalist demands. Diplomacy is the art of the possible.
A critical mass of reporting staff and editors have pivoted from objectivity to activism, utilizing their position to virtue signal or advance a predetermined worldview rather than present facts or spur public discourse.
Despite challenges, courts have routinely noted the Constitution's approval of legislative prayers—by chaplains, volunteers and even elected officials.
Whether the GOP opposition is led in the upcoming years by President Trump or one of the party's next generation of conservative leaders like Senator Hawley, its future lies in a populist program.
In its early stage, and especially if properly appreciated and managed, Saudi/Qatari rapprochement is a gift from the outgoing administration to the incoming one.
The Democrats should have long ago tweaked their recent campaigns to feature the Texas representatives creepy and moronic rhetoric.
Baolige fled to Sweden ten years ago from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China (IMAR), after facing persecution from Chinese authorities for his activism. Now he could be sent back.