Washington Post Column
Why Trump’s complacency about Putin is a problem — whatever his motives
The U.S. president's actions are creating dangerous ambiguity.
Trump would do anything for Putin. No wonder he’s ignoring the Russian bounties.
Russia’s pattern of hostility matches Trump’s pattern of accommodation.
The U.S. is losing ground in the global effort to promote democratic ideals
When the First Amendment rights of peaceful protesters are violated, China is handed fresh arguments for "whataboutism."
The pandemic shows that Putin is not a strong leader
The coronavirus has exposed the fundamental weakness of the Russian state.
We need to start preparing for the November election — now
Never in our lifetimes has American democracy been so imperiled.
It’s imperative for the U.S. and China to work together on the coronavirus pandemic
We can't let great power competition get in the way of fighting covid-19.
Thanks for defending democracy, Mike Pompeo. So when will Trump change his policies?
The secretary of state works for an administration that doesn't seem to share his convictions.
Be prepared to fight a dangerous new wave of disinformation during the Senate trial
Debasing the truth weakens democracy.
Here’s how Trump can get a win with Russia — and actually help all Americans
Keeping the existing limits on nuclear weapons is a good idea.
Here’s how Russia will attack the 2020 election. We’re still not ready.
Traditional and social media organizations must both prepare for an onslaught of Russian disinformation.