The FEC is poised to require disclaimers for political advertising online, but the public needs to insist that they act.
Cracking the Shell
Turkey’s ‘New Nationalism’ Amid Shifting Politics
Is Turkey Experiencing a New Nationalism?
The United States and India: Forging an Indispensable Democratic Partnership
Trump’s National Security and Foreign Policy Failures: Year One
North Korea is not the only issue the president will have to address on his trip to Asia.
Former official with the U.S. Department of Justice and partner at Vianovo Matt Miller joins Michele and Igor to break down the indictments.
Congress must debate the wars and Trump’s lack of fitness before any consideration of war authority.
Expanding cooperation and interconnectivity across the U.S.-Mexico border to increase renewable energy trade can help address pressing issues in the binational economic relationship.
Congress should update the landmark Help America Vote Act to help prevent foreign interference in U.S. elections.
Behind its stage-managed united front, the Chinese Communist Party is gearing up to confront a new wave of challenges.
President Donald Trump’s campaign and administration show the dangers of foreign influence over policymakers.
This week, Michele and Igor are joined by Hollywood producer Scott Budnick and Sen. Chris Murphy.
The United States should choose a pragmatic path forward to ensure the strict implementation of the nuclear agreement and counter Iran’s destabilizing policies.
Overlooking some of Pyongyang’s biggest weak spots and allowing Beijing to pretend it doesn’t own the North Korea problem undermines U.S. efforts to address the North Korean threat.
The Trump administration should not walk away from a decade of U.S. investment in Lebanon’s armed forces and counterterrorism institutions, which remain on the front line of the campaign against the Islamic State.
President Trump owes the American people more direct answers about what his new strategy actually includes, and what it hopes to achieve, before considering sending more young men and women into battle.
Senior Fellow John Norris discusses the possible ramifications of President Trump's global conflicts of interest.
Battlefield victories will prove short-lived without a more focused strategy to tackle terrorist ideology.