Curt Mills is foreign-affairs reporter at the National Interest.
The sudden, improbable rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg.
And questions abound about why some might want to exaggerate Iranian power.
In throwing Bashar al-Assad a bone—breaking with his predecessors—the new French president is emerging as potentially the world’s most powerful foreign-policy realist.
This week’s primetime knife fights with Max Boot and Ralph Peters are emblematic of the battle for the soul of the American Right.
A Franco-American axis?
The new French wunderkind, seemingly unstoppable politically, hits his first public-relations flap as president.
Kurt Volker, widely known as a tough-minded and accomplished diplomat, confronts his biggest challenge in working to implement the Minsk agreements.
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