America marks another anniversary, and a libertarian think-tank does good work in arguing against a state of permanent warfare.
It's fifty years since Soviet tanks crushed the Czechoslovak experiment in humane socialism. But the issues involved have not disappeared.
Can white people be victims of racism? And if so, is it a serious problem?
Barack Obama defends democracy and liberalism in South Africa. Some conservatives now admit that's a good thing.
Donald Trump doesn't really look like a blackmail victim, but there's still something unusual going on in his relationship with Vladimir Putin.
An anti-Trump libertarian argues for structural reform to give more power to urban Americans.
Most Republicans don't see any particular need to get more women into government. What could be the thinking behind that?
Can we blame our media's failings on the fuzzy romantic notion of the Anglosphere?
This week's electoral news is from Paraguay, Turkey, Cuba, the United States and the United Kingdom.
In the fascinating politics of America's Supreme Court, Donald Trump's appointee shows he has an unpredictable streak.