Corbyn and Trump are both populists and in a battle with ‘the swamp.’ Brexit aside, Johnson is not. Donald Trump has claimed Boris Johnson as his bumbling, blond-haired mini-me from across the water. U.K.
During a few wild weeks in October, U.S. allies watched as their own worst nightmare befell America’s Kurdish partners in Syria. Here’s what that means for America’s standing in the world. There was a
The two have undeniable personal chemistry, but their countries are drifting apart. He defied the United States repeatedly, bought Russian weapons, and assaulted American partners in Syria. Now Turkish
The anti-Semitic attacks on the Holocaust survivor Liliana Segre have spurred a national debate about intolerance. ROME—When Liliana Segre, the face of Italy’s historical memory of the Holocaust, was a
After weeks of chaos in the northeast, great powers redrew a small chunk of the map. And a bigger story is just beginning. The U.S. pulled back. Turkey moved in. Kurdish forces retreated. The Syrian government
A camel in New York City, the biggest Catrina in the world, the European MTV Awards in Spain, flooding in South Sudan, saffron harvest in Iran, a parade for the Washington Nationals, Bonfire Night celebrations
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, there is still much to do. That bodes poorly for any potential Korean reunification. BERLIN—No one was really in charge the night of November 9, 1989. Thousands
The administration’s shadow foreign policy sees the light of day. The main revelation in the latest release of transcripts from the House impeachment inquiry is that Ambassador Gordon Sondland explicitly