News Analysis Macron’s Risky American Bet
By offering cooperation on China, he might be able to get concessions out of Donald Trump. But will it be enough?
A Pre-Election Reflection Hungary and Democratic Decay
Hungary emerged from the collapse of European communism as the poster child for seamless transitions. Today, its future looks more than a little like its pre-communist, authoritarian past.
Democracy in South Africa Farewell, Jacob Zuma
Thank the ANC, not South Africa’s institutions, for finally forcing out a failed President.
Navalny's Expose Nothing Personal, Strictly Business
A tawdry tale of escort girls, yachts, and bribery surrounding a Russian oligarch pal of Paul Manafort that could kick off a new round of infighting within Russia.
Garbage In Garbage Out The Oligarch List That Wasn’t
The Trump Administration has undermined the deterrent effects of a law meant to prevent Russian meddling in future elections.
Democracy in South Africa A House Divided
This week, Cyril Ramaphosa took the reins of a deeply divided ANC after a bitter leadership contest. Can he renew the promise of South Africa?
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