Friday, July 29, 2016
  1. The Trumping of US Foreign Policy

    Christopher R. Hill

    The Trumping of US Foreign Policy


     says the GOP's own hawkish unilateralism helped pave the way for its presidential nominee.

    Newsart for The Trumping of US Foreign Policy Alex Wong/Getty Images

    In this year's US presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton has promised voters continuity in foreign policy, while her Republican opponent, Donald Trump, has proposed a radically different approach. And yet, as scary as that prospect may be, Trump is a secondary issue – a symptom of the transformation of the Republican Party itself. READ MORE

  2. Boris Johnson the Counter-Revolutionary

    Mark Leonard
  3. Reversing Brexit

    Anatole Kaletsky
  4. Turkish Democracy’s Secret Weapon

    Adeel Malik
  5. The Kremlin’s Olympic Acrobatics

    Nina L. Khrushcheva

    The Kremlin’s Olympic Acrobatics


     thinks that banning Russia's team could have spurred Vladimir Putin to seek another kind of glory.

    Newsart for The Kremlin’s Olympic Acrobatics Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images

    Following revelations about state-sponsored doping in Russia, the country barely avoided an outright ban from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. But an outright ban could have produced even more dangerous consequences, by driving President Vladimir Putin to seek glory elsewhere. READ MORE

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