Studying history means looking at life in century-long, not decade-long stretches, putting Steve Bannon-like alarmism on the fringe.
What's left of the EU's good name may take a further beating with the right rising and harbinger elections looming in Holland and France.
Donald Trump's door-slamming nationalism is likely to provoke hardcore global repercussions, some of which the U.S. may not find particularly enjoyable.
Little about 2016 was encouraging. What's worse, its successor is destined to be tainted with the same problems.
The election of Donald Trump heralds a major shift, but its true shape and form still remains difficult to decipher.
Lost in the Trump-Clinton fistfight is what the election of a woman president might mean to the world.
The West faces a critical choice, whether to put up barriers or keep interchange open and vibrant.
Giambattista Vico insisted history was cyclical, and lessons from recent European and American history appear to prove his point.
With Brexit dust settling, only one thing is absolutely clear: nothing is in fact settled.
Rightist movements are beginning to find a home on the center stage of global politics.
Seeing Chinese youth with Lamborghinis in Canada doesn't minimize a malaise seemingly without end.