The great challenge we face today is how to reconcile the imperative of global leadership with the necessity of reining in its costs.
If partisan politics and egalitarian enthusiasm constituted a hitherto “hidden” element of the “history of American politics,” it will come as news to anyone who has read any American history.
After a long period of historical neglect, the Holy Roman Empire has finally found a modern chronicler to bring it back to life for contemporary readers.
Washington can more effectively pursue its economic and security interests by befriending, rather than antagonizing, the country sharing its two-thousand-mile southern border.
Trump’s rhetoric and Clinton’s defense of the mainstream liberal internationalist view sharpened the emerging tribal divisions over foreign policy
She’s campaigning as a pre-counterculture Democrat, grafting a centralized economic agenda to a muscular foreign policy.
Clinton seemed ascendant going into the debate, and that probably won’t change as the nation absorbs the substance and atmospherics of this third confrontation
Hillary Clinton's going to win without making a positive case for herself and instead arguing that Trump deserves to lose.
The middle-school cafeteria name-calling may entertain, but it doesn't answer the mail on where the country will be headed the next four years
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