Ashling Gallagher says that conditions in White House are ripe for the kind of defective decision-making that led to the invasion of Iraq. … More Trump, Delegator-in-Chief: When Does Delegation Become Dereliction?
Has Macron’s honeymoon come to an end? Marianne Gros explains what the president’s public outburst on Bastille Day means for French foreign policy. … More The End of Macron’s ‘Politics of Seduction’
On July 28, Trump sent a disturbing message to police: Immigrants are “animals” and should be treated as such. Madeline McSherry explains what this means for the administration’s policies. … More How Trump’s Speech to Police Advanced his Anti-immigrant Agenda
The Battle of Mosul has been won, but what does this victory mean in the long-term? And what can it tell us about the struggles that lie ahead? Róisín Maire Taylor explores. … More Standing in the Shadows of Mosul
It’s been three years since the fateful downing of MH17, but politics continues to stand in the way of justice, writes Alexandra Vlada. … More MH17, Three Years On: Where Are We Now?
We cannot trust what Trump says, but the president’s handshakes and arm yanks tell no lies, writes Madeline McSherry. … More World Leaders May Lie, but Their Body Language Tells All
Negotiators at the U.N. are currently debating the draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Alexandra Vlada asks, will the proposed ban treaty finally make us give up the bomb? … More Is a World Without Nuclear Weapons Possible?