Diplomacy and Human Rights Swagger Is as Swagger Does
If Secretary Pompeo wants to get the State Department’s swagger back, he could start by reaffirming our commitment to human rights—especially to Vladimir Putin.
Blissfully-dangerously-intentionally ignorant The Alt-Ostrich Movement
Informed judgment is so rare in Washington there is a prize for it.
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.
High Anxiety What Happened, Indeed
How Putin’s domestic political worries fuel Russian interference in U.S. politics.
Potemkin Committee Hearing The Diplomat vs. the Lobbyist
A former U.S. congressman is leveling serious accusations against a U.S. diplomat on behalf of Viktor Orbán.
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