Will NATO change as Europe shifts right? Matthew Rae reports
With Donald Trump in the White House, NAFTA is likely to be renegotiated—and unlikely to be fixed.
Ryan Atkinson argues that US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s comments on blocking China’s access to its artificial islands in the South China Sea are more nuanced than previously thought.
What do the power brokers in the White House believe? Benson Cheung explores alt-right ideologue Steve Bannon’s ideology, in the first part of an occasional series on Trumpism’s authoritarian nationalism.
Miscommunication between the White House and the public has been rampant. The travel ban has only further exacerbated the battle between the White House and press, problematizing the lack of civility and eloquence in today’s political culture.
Jacqueline Hicks examines recent reports of Russian cyber interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and what this means for cyber-warfare.
The 2016 US election has been a watershed for the rise of conspiracy theories in public discussion and policy. Their popularity will have serious consequences for international politics.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s baffling insistence on the inauguration’s crowd size appears to fit into a broader communications strategy designed to bait the press establishment. So far it has worked swimmingly.
With the Global Gag Rule back into effect, international NGOs who provide healthcare services to some of the poorest women in the world now face a funding crisis.
Robert Baines discusses the importance of President Trump’s personal education to to global security.