Washington Post Column
Alexander Vindman should be celebrated, not smeared
Our political discourse has reached a pathetic new low.
The Trump-Ukraine scandal proves we need to clean up U.S. diplomacy
We should appoint diplomats for their qualifications, not their pocketbooks
Here’s what a presidential phone call with a foreign leader looks like in a normal White House
There's a reason for White House procedures. A president scorns them at his risk.
How Vladimir Putin is outplaying the U.S. in Africa
Donald Trump's apathy toward the continent is giving the Russians boundless opportunities
In foreign policy, Trump gets points for creativity. Results, not so much.
So far the president's novel approach to diplomacy has yielded few results.
A high-level Senate report confirms it: Our elections still aren’t safe
So far, there is little sign that Trump and McConnell are paying attention.
China is winning the ideological battle with the U.S.
America's model of liberal democracy is losing the argument.
Trump needs to stop siding with our adversaries against other Americans
Why Cold War presidents did it better.
Russia attacked us. The Mueller report still doesn’t give us the full story.
The 9/11 Commission offers a model.
It’s time to secure the 2020 election
Safeguarding our democracy is not a partisan project.