The Russian hackers appear to be the modern equivalents of the Watergate burglars.

The one concrete thing we know came out of the Helsinki summit is that Russia is in the Middle East to stay.

Our previous president rejected the dark vision propagated by Trump and the dictators he so admires.

The Russian leader may have an ally in Trump, but others in the U.S. and Europe aren’t as likely to buy into the their ‘important verbal agreements.’

Trudeau came to office enjoying a mostly supportive provincial scene, but the final year of his first mandate looks to be crowded with critics.

A U.S. law on human rights abusers has the Russian leader rattled.

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A new attempt to jump-start peace talks with the Taliban deserves cautious support.

Trump’s outreach to Pyongyang isn’t going well. It’s time to prepare contingency plans.

Trump seems to have a vendetta against NATO's newest member.

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