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Ukrainian Officials Drew on U.S. Intelligence to Plan Counteroffensive

Overcoming a reluctance to share their strategy, the Ukrainians were able to use U.S. resources to identify key Russian targets. WASHINGTON — Senior Ukrainian officials...

Changes spark chatter of CNN shifting to the right

Dominick Mastrangelo - Friday Major changes at CNN in recent weeks have sparked chatter in media and political circles that the network’s new corporate ownership is pulling...

One Liz ends a lifetime of diplomacy as another risks squandering it all

Simon Tisdall The Queen knew how to earn trust and respect around the world. Liz Truss should follow her example What will other leaders and nations...

Toleration, Liberalism, and Lessons for a Fractured America

The bitter sectarianism that enveloped sixteenth-century Europe offers a warning about the tribalism that now darkens American public life. TRENTO, Italy—Just two years after the...

The sanctions against Russia still have holes. Here’s how to plug them.

Garry Kasparov is chairman of the Renew Democracy Initiative and the Human Rights Foundation. Michael McFaul is director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for...

What can we expect from Liz Truss on foreign policy?

The strong stance on Russia and China, along with promises of increased defence spending, may lead to a more forward international role for Britain...

Informed voters and honest elections are left’s worst nightmare

By Robert Knight - - Monday, September 5, 2022 OPINION: Lots of things today don’t pass the straight face test.  President Joe Biden says the main danger to “democracy”...

Joe Biden does not represent the dream of America

President Joe Biden, against a blood red background that included a couple parade-rest Marines as part of the visual messaging, delivered an angry condemnation...

Russia’s Gazprom Brings an Early Winter to Europe

An ‘indefinite’ pipeline shutdown puts further pressure on political leaders to find energy alternatives Winter is starting early in Europe this year, as Russian energy...

Two in five families are spending less money on groceries as prices at the...

Changes in behaviour come as price of staple foods rises by over 10% a year    37% – up 9 percentage points since March – have...