The Biden era in Washington is looming as a tough test for Ankara, whose moves will largely determine how the scarred US-Turkish relationship develops.
Georgetown political theorist Joshua Mitchell has written that rare book that captures the state of our souls and describes our situation with clarity, astuteness, and spiritual depth. American Awakening is a book that expertly combines classical political philosophy with penetrating cultural diagnosis in a manner that holds up a revealing mirror to the great afflictions of our time. At the same time, Mitchell admirably avoids narrow partisanship and undue polemics.
"I worry that you simply hanging out with your friends will be the end of me."
Elites seek to destroy Scott Atlas because the scientific coalition he represents makes it clear that these public health emperors have no clothes.
It's true that the Trump administration pushed for drug makers to rush a vaccine, but this isn't a 'Trump vaccine.'
Democrats need to win both of two Georgia runoffs to take control of the Senate. But despite President-elect Joe Biden carrying the state, they're fighting an uphill battle in both races - particularly given they took fewer votes than Republicans the first time around in each race.
When my liberal friends share their apocalyptic fears about right-wing brown shirts, I say, "I've never encountered one of those people; have you?" The answer is always no.
Social media companies seem willing to be more transparent about what users see and don't see - and to consider censoring material that is beyond the pale.
Surely the journalist class should be intrigued by the historic implausibility of Joe Biden's victory. That they are not is curious, to say the least.
Regardless of how you define the word, now is not the time for academic debates.
Now there are three potential vaccines that could be approved before the end of the year.
President-elect Joe Biden and his team will begin to delve into Donald Trump's coronavirus vaccine planning and assess the condition of federal agencies after the president relented and allowed the transition planning to begin.
The Trump campaign's top lawyers -- Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Jenna Ellis -- went into the weekend on the offense. On Thursday they held a news conference vowing to prove the existence of a far-ranging conspiracy to defeat the president. They were pressing a case alleging unfair voting practices in Pennsylvania. They were predicting victory. By Sunday night, everything had changed. A judge threw out the Pennsylvania case. Then, amid widespread skepticism, Powell, the author of a theory that voting machines had changed millions of Trump votes into Biden votes, was booted from the team,...
When Fox News called Arizona for Democrat Joe Biden shortly after the polls closed there on Election Night, right-wing social media erupted in fury. Fox is the most conservative of the nation's major news outlets, and its aggressive Arizona call-which most other national outlets did not follow for days-left true believers on the right feeling betrayed.
One legacy of Donald Trump is he taught Republicans how to fight back. Thus, what's good for the goose is good for the gander
Elie Honig writes that if the Trump campaign's legal team is counting on the Supreme Court to save them, they're delusional.
Americans deserve to know whether the most consequential state in the most consequential presidential race in modern history handled everything on the up-and-up. Right now, it seems they didn't.
In an NR interview abroad, the secretary of state explains how a mindset change toward Iran and the Palestinians paved the way for Arab-Israeli pacts.
The world is not getting safer, for the United States or for U.S. interests. Even before the coronavirus pandemic, the 2017 National Defense Strategy described an international environment of increased global disorder, long-term strategic competition, rapid dispersion of technologies, and eroding U.S. military advantages. Protecting the United States requires a strategy of defense in depth-that is, of identifying and dealing with global problems where they occur rather than waiting for threats to reach American shores.
America will find itself playing a less dominant role in international affairs - but not because of the outcome of the 2020 election or the previous one.