Israel Goes to Third Elections in Less than a Year After Parties Fail to Form Governing Coalition

Efforts to form a so-called “unity government” between Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud party and Benny Gantz’s center-left Blue and White

Strategic Questions for EU Leaders on NATO’s 70th Birthday

Now is the time for Trump to press Macron, Merkel, and others on the security risks posed by China.

Fiona Hill Calls Ukrainian 2016 Election Interference ‘Fictional Narrative’ in Opening Statement

“The unfortunate truth is that Russia was the foreign power that systematically attacked our democratic institutions in 2016,” Hill’s statement

Prince Andrew Steps Back from Public Duties Following Interview on Epstein Allegations

Prince Andrew announced on Wednesday a leave of absence, following a Saturday BBC interview regarding his former friendship with Jeffrey

Trump Says U.S. Will Expand Trade Relationship with Turkey ‘Very Significantly’

President Trump said during a meeting with Turkey’s president Wednesday that the U.S. plans to expand its trade relationship with

Pompeo Says Trump Will Discuss Syria Options with Turkish President amid Backlash against Meeting

Mike Pompeo said Monday that Trump will raise Turkey’s recent invasion of northern Syria in his meeting with Turkish president

Sondland Confirms He Told Ukrainian Official That Military Aid ‘Likely’ Depended on Announcement of Burisma Probe

Gordon Sondland implied that a President Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky meeting was contingent on the announcement of a probe into

The Botched Capture of Ovidio Guzmán Shows Strain in U.S.–Mexico Relationship

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador policy of ‘hugs not bullets’ has made Mexico’s cartel problem worse and hurt relations with

Will Britain’s Boris Johnson Put a Shine on Populism’s Waning Star

Reading Time: 3 minutes Across Europe, the populist wave that threatened to sweep away the politics of consensus may be