Joseph C. Sternberg and Mary Anastasia O'Grady discuss Brazilian voters' revolt against corruption and Angela Merkel's political decline.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall discuss Riyadh's inability to get its story straight on Jamal Khashoggi's murder and turmoil in global financial markets.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall discuss Bavarian voters' rebuke to Angela Merkel and Beijing's repression of its Muslim minority.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall discuss a missing Interpol official, a journalist kicked out of Hong Kong, and a new Trump strategy on China.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Robert Colvile catch up on Britain's annual party convention season, and weigh the next challenging few weeks in Britain's divorce from the European Union.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall discuss Trump's overture to North Korea, and the beginning of the end of Merkel's long reign in Berlin.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall discuss whether there's a Trump Doctrine, why Europe is obstructing Washington on Iran.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall on what winning a trade war with China means, and why Theresa May can't pick a Brexit plan and stick to it.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Elisabeth Braw on Poland's plan to name a fort after Donald Trump, and what 'deterrence' means in an age of cyber threats.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall on how East Asia has avoided the current emerging-market contagion, and why a Brexit deal for Britain is so elusive with only six months to go.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Sophia Gaston on how voters really feel about immigration, and why politicians keep missing the point.
Joseph C. Sternberg and Hugo Restall on European politics in turmoil and Asian diplomacy in confusion.
Mary Kissel and Steve Hanke on Venezuela's devaluation and how money dies.
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on resistance to China's debt-trap diplomacy and the Communist Party's religious repression campaign.
Mary Kissel and Jennifer Cafarella on the Assad regime's winning streak and implications for U.S. foreign policy.
Mary Kissel and Eric Edelman on a new nadir in U.S.-Turkey ties and Ankara's search for a financial savior.
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on the fiscal squeeze on Islamabad and Beijing's campaign against the Uighurs.
Mary Kissel and Nile Gardiner on Tory Party political correctness and Prime Minister Theresa May's response to Russian aggression.
Mary Kissel and Karen Elliott House on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's political maneuvers and Iran's threat to the Kingdom.
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on the Secretary of State's entreaties to Asian allies and Chinese interference in Australian affairs.
Mary Kissel and Frans Cronje on Harare's rigged election and South Africa's attack on property rights.
Mary Kissel and Behnam Ben Taleblu on Iran's monetary and fiscal distress and President Trump's offer to talk 'without preconditions.'
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on Hun Sen's authoritarian regime and China's latest bid to isolate Taipei.
Mary Kissel and Dan Ikenson on the Trump-Juncker trade agenda and the status of U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade talks.