David Ignatius



Dec 15, 2017
President Trump's recent denunciations of the Russia investigation recall the famous legal advice:


Dec 12, 2017
Of all the follies of 2017, the most tawdry may be the GOP's headlong rush to pass a tax bill that even its proponents don't understand. What's especially sad is that otherwise sensible Republicans seem to be capitulating to the tax-cut frenzy.


Dec 7, 2017
A year ago, with the election of a U.S. president who had fulminated against the international trade and financial systems, some analysts worried that the engine of global prosperity might soon be sputtering. But that's not what happened.


Dec 5, 2017
The U.S.-North Korea confrontation is nearing another tense inflection point, with North Korea signaling that it could be ready for negotiations with Washington soon, even as it moves toward becoming a full nuclear-weapons power.


Dec 4, 2017
It's a truism of Washington scandals that it's not the initial actions that lead to legal disaster, but the attempt to cover them up.


Nov 30, 2017
The bad marriage of President Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson seems to be nearing an end, probably to the relief of both.


Nov 29, 2017
China's rise has been so rapid yet gentle in tone that it's easy to miss how fast Beijing has expanded its ability to project power.


Nov 22, 2017
Amid the slithering mess of problems that emerged in 2017, the one that bothers me most is that people don't seem to know what's true anymore. "Facts" this year got put in quotation marks.

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