What are Trump rallies for, now he is out of the White House?
A supposedly honest election post-mortem is a symptom of the party’s problems
The Democrats’ hyperbolic rhetoric about the return of Jim Crow laws risks derailing their voting rights legislation
After a hyperactive first few months, is the president running out of steam?
Joe Biden may be told he can no longer accept Holy Communion if he continues advocating for abortion
There are no dominoes to fall in Afghanistan
Professor Jeremy Black discusses with Graham Stewart how US and British defence and security reviews depart from, or continue, a coherent western strategic worldview
In response to Daniel Johnson’s March feature, Henry George argues that a return to Reaganism is not the future of American conservatism
In an exclusive interview with Kapil Komireddi, the US senator condemns the Communist Party of China as a “genocidal regime” which poses “the greatest threat” to international peace and security
Despite the histrionics of domestic American opinion, a single rocket attack in Syria does not indicate that Biden’s foreign policy is likely to be more aggressive