Washington Post Column
Vladimir Putin does not think like we do
Russia's leader will always feel threatened by democracies.
Putin wants us to negotiate over the heads of our allies. Washington shouldn’t fall for it.
A return to Yalta is the last thing that the world needs now.
The best response to Russia’s threats is a closer relationship with Ukraine
Washington can send a strong signal to Vladimir Putin by upgrading relations with Kyiv.
The Biden administration needs to up its game on public diplomacy
Russia and China are working to shape the global media environment. Where's the U.S.?
The U.S. and Ukraine need to reboot their relationship. Here’s how they can do it.
Biden's democracy agenda rises or falls with Ukraine.
Trying to pry Russia away from China is a fool’s errand
The costs of allying with Russia against China are far greater than the advantages.
How we should measure the success of Biden’s summit with Putin
'Improving relations' with Russia is not an end unto itself.
The Joe Biden most Americans don’t get to see
My own experience with the former vice president tells me he's the right person to lead the country.
Trump’s foreign policy report card is full of failing grades
Trump has performed poorly and doesn’t seem to care about much of the portfolio.
A Russian dissident is fighting for his life. Where is the U.S.?
We should be supporting the forces of good. Trump just shrugs.