It is time for the EU to take a hard-line approach when it comes to human rights and democracy within Turkey and, at the same time, more strongly emphasize continued engagement.
Georgia may be trying to give Trump properties special favors as the country deals with a lingering Russian-supported separatist movement.
A Scottish golf course expansion demonstrates how flimsy Trump’s attempts to remove conflicts of interest have been at a time when the United States has major foreign policy concerns with the United Kingdom, including fighting terrorism and the U.K.’s exit from the European Union.
President Trump’s battles over his golf course in Ireland and his frequent references to these disputes even since becoming president show that Trump’s private profits are never far from his mind.
Russia is treating the online environment like a new theater for conflict and has invested in developing its capabilities just as it would in developing a new weapon system.
Europe needs to act fast to prepare itself for the possibility of a Russian-instigated crisis in the wake of President Trump's failure to commit America to the NATO alliance.
The upcoming NATO summit tests U.S. credibility.
The United States should maintain and clarify its policy against development of new nuclear weapons, which presidents of both parties have honored since the end of the Cold War.
Turks will vote April 16 in a referendum on proposed constitutional amendments that would greatly enhance the power of the presidency and reinforce Turkey’s democratic decline.
Here’s what you need to know about Trump’s shady and long-running ties to Russia and how they are putting America at risk.
The new national security advisor needs to start with damage control.
Donald Trump agrees with Vladimir Putin over his own party, his Cabinet picks, the intelligence community, and the military.
Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election was only one in a series of Russian attacks on American institutions and the American people.
President-elect Donald Trump’s shady web of connections to, and financial dependence upon, Russia’s often corrupt ruling elite.
The United States will need to engage Russia, and the incoming Trump administration must determine if it will challenge Russia where necessary.