A Setback? Austria Holds Back Populist Tide (For Now)
Austria’s far-right Freedom Party suffered a defeat at the polls on Sunday. But the country’s next parliamentary could come sooner than most expect, offering the populists another chance.
The Paradox of Renzi’s Referendum Defeat
A “No” vote many thought would strike a serious blow against the EU may have been more of a stay of execution. But that does not mean any of Europe’s underlying problems have gone away.
Trump’s Third Ring of Suburbs
An earlier essay looked at how a policy of boosting domestic energy production could help Donald Trump turn his presidency into a landmark in American political history. This essay looks at an even larger opportunity: revamping the American Dream for millennials and beyond.
The Populist Surge Italy’s Euroskeptic Scuffle
Italy’s constitutional referendum faces formidable opposition from a diverse collection of Euroskeptics and populists.
What the Taiwan Call Means
The most important lesson, for both foreign leaders and domestic foreign policy analysts, is that the Obama era in American foreign policy has come to an end.
Europe’s Security Dilemma
The presidential election shattered the assumption that the United States would remain committed to European security no matter what. Now Europe has a decision to make.