The gilets jaunes have lost much of their momentum
The president has been more consistent on how to leave the EU than most British politicians
It’s a disaster, and it’s not over yet
The hardest part to swallow of the Good Friday Agreement was the release of paramilitary prisoners
No one is in control and the country’s whole system of governance is creaking
The UK’s former chancellor on Brexit, cannabis and editing a newspaper
Bit by bit, blow by blow, motion by motion, the largest democratic vote in British history is slain
The soldiers of 1 Para weren’t just unapologetic killers, but unrelenting liars
The growing mood in Britain is that the country wants Brexit over and done with.
MPs received a three-line whip by text, minutes before the vote
If you’re not confused, you haven’t been following closely enough
Last week the former Trump campaign manager caught a break. Now his luck has run out
The withdrawal agreement went down by 149 votes — at the worst end of expectations
Thanks to the withdrawal agreement, the UK will have to adopt new EU legislation. This will only hand over more power to Brussels
Narendra Modi is soaking the country in stories of soldierly virtues
The Canadian PM rang on a platform of positivity and positivity. But he’s no Obama
Brazilian life is obscene already. Must the president point that out?
European nationalists aren’t eager to meld their brands with Trumpism given the president’s deep unpopularity
Five Star’s approach may work in opposition but not in government or in practice
The company is now just another dreary enforcer of online norms
His quixotic effort to make nice with the world’s strangest regime was always a long shot
Can Israel do without Netanyahu?
The personal Middle East diplomacy of the president’s son-in-law may have helped move things forward for the first time in many years
The lack of European Union participation in the nuclear diplomacy must grate on the likes of Merkel and Macron