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The five big questions for year two of the Trump presidency

by Julian Zelizer

What are some of the questions that will play a big role in shaping the direction of our politics and the legacy of the Trump presidency?


The Constitution’s Blooper Reel

by Michael Nelson

The founding document was never perfect, and flaws remain. Do Americans still have the fortitude to fix it?


Donald Trump’s Watergate?

by William McGurn

Robert Bork’s lessons from the Saturday Night Massacre take on new relevance.


The Forgotten Origins of Politics in Sports

by Kenneth Cohen

Black athletes didn’t “politicize” American sports. They’ve been a battleground from the very beginning.


Bannon’s Game: White Supremacist takeover of GOP

by Juan Cole

Steve Bannon’s trash-talking of the Trump’s in the interviews he gave in Michael Wolff’s new book, “Fire and Fury,” are not political suicide and not just pique. Bannon wants to take over the Republican Party


Does the White Working Class Really Vote Against Its Own Interests?

by Joshua Zeitz

Trump’s first year in office revived an age-old debate about why some people choose race over class—and how far they will go to protect the system.


The Lies of ‘The Crown’ and ‘The Post’

by Peggy Noonan

When people get history from entertainment, Hollywood’s obligation to the truth is heightened.


Mapping a World From Hell

by Tom Engelhardt

76 Countries Are Now Involved in Washington’s War on Terror


Trump’s National Security Strategy Is Nothing Like the British Empire’s ‘Blue Water’ Policy

by Philip Zelikow

The historical analogy is wrong — whichever way you look at it.


The Specter of Liberal Internationalism

by Daniel Bessner

Is the Brookings approach to the world realistic?



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