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Europe

Trump had an opportunity to redefine American foreign policy. He blew it

President Trump ought to have used his Saturday platform to tell Europeans what an awful idea American intervention in World War One really was

By John R. Schindler

Politics

It wasn’t a blue wave yesterday, but a purple one

The President pulled out the stops to keep the Senate – and he has reason to gloat here, as he already is

By John R. Schindler

Politics

What makes a blue wave?

Tuesday could restore the Democrats as a nationwide force, rather than merely a party of the coasts, urban enclaves and college towns

By John R. Schindler

Politics

J’accuse! America gets its own Dreyfus Affair

The Kavanaugh affair won’t end with his nomination. It will dog American politics for decades

By John R. Schindler

Russia

Why did Trump choose to parrot Putin on Montenegro?

The tiny Balkan country of scarcely more than 600,000 people is known mostly for its sunny Adriatic beaches – so why is Trump portraying it as a threat?

By John R. Schindler

Politics

How #AbolishICE lets Trump win on migration and the border

It didn’t take long for Democratic leading lights to realise that such a sweeping idea on immigration spells death at the ballot-box.

By John R. Schindler

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