As the Trump Scandals Grow, Believe What You’re Seeing
Angela Merkel’s Shameful Failure to Confront Right-Wing Authoritarianism
John McCain Was Never “Bipartisan.” He Was a Decent Partisan.
If This Week’s Manafort and Cohen Developments Don’t Damage Trump, Maybe Nothing Will
Peter Strzok’s Firing Sets a Dangerous Precedent for the Abuse of Power
Sarah Jeong Shouldn’t Be Fired for Her Tweets. That Doesn’t Mean Liberals Have to Defend Them.
Trevor Noah Doesn’t Get to Decide Who’s French
Trump Predicted He’d Have an “Extraordinary” Relationship With Putin. He Was Right About That.
The Crises in Germany and Britain Show How Populists Can Transform Governments—Even When They Don’t Lead
The People and Institutions That Were Supposed to Constrain Trump Are Failing Us
Turkey’s Election Should Be a Warning to Every Democratic Country
Most Americans, and Europeans, Want Less Immigration. But There’s a Limit to How Much State Cruelty They’ll Tolerate.
Maine’s Embrace of Ranked-Choice Voting Is a Rare and inspiring Cause for Optimism About Our Democracy
The Rise of Doug Ford Shows Even Canada Is Not Immune to the Spread of Populism
Italy Can’t Save Its Democracy by Overruling the Voters
Trump Opponents on the Left and Right Can’t Afford to Shun One Another Now
The Far-Left and Far-Right Find It Astonishingly Easy to Unite
Is It Morally Acceptable to Make Peace With a Leader Like Kim Jong-un?
How to Reach a Truce in the Culture War
A New Study Explains Why Shania Twain Thinks Trump Is Honest