Washington Post Column
The sanctions against Russia still have holes. Here’s how to plug them.
Six months into the war, the West's sanctions need an update.
The real winner of the House Intelligence Committee hearing on Russia
He violated our sovereignty, influenced our elections and now gets to watch us do nothing.
America needs to play both the short and long game in cybersecurity
The incoming Trump administration must articulate a new doctrine for response.
Dear Trump: Defending democracy is no vice
So far the president-elect has had little to say on the subject of democracy. He should use his inaugural address to clarify his stance.
Trump is right: The United States needs electoral reform
The Republican presidential candidate is right to note deficiencies in the American electoral process, he's just talking about the wrong ones.
We can't let Trump go down Putin's path
Russia’s experience shows why Americans must act now to safeguard democratic institutions.
Why deciding to 'move forward' with Putin is a big mistake
Putin has been the major source of problems in the U.S.-Russia relationship, not Washington.
Why ignoring Trump's words is a luxury that diplomats can't afford
When it comes to foreign policy, rhetoric — however empty — still matters.
‘Realists’ have it wrong: Putin, not Zelensky, is the one who can end the war.
No swap of sovereignty for peace can do more than slow Russia's aims in Ukraine.
Want to undermine Putin? Help Russians who are opposed to the war.
Russians who have fled their homeland out of opposition to the war deserve the West's help.