As diplomacy gets underway in preparing for the historic meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, it is important to note how unusual this entire process has been.
The Flint, Michigan, drinking water disaster has left many Americans anxious about the safety of their own tap water. New research confirms that there are, in fact, real reasons to be concerned.
President Donald Trump has accepted North Korea's invitation for direct talks with Kim Jong-un.
Italian expert Nathalie Tocci and German expert Constanze Stelzenmüller analyze the new realities resulting from votes in Germany and Italy.
Developments this week from Europe, Russia, China, Syria, and here in the United States show a world in turmoil that needs strong leadership. But these days, that leadership can come from nontraditional players.
Stav Shaffir, the youngest-ever woman elected to Israel's parliament, joins Deep Dish.
The Western assumption that China's economic liberalization would lead to political liberalization was proved wrong again this week.
Now is a good time to recall that, despite today’s political polarization, there is pragmatic, sensible middle ground on immigration policy. Contrary to a persistent stereotype, that middle ground is alive and well in the heartland of the United States.
Each year, international security and defense chiefs meet at the Munich Security Conference.
Strategy is about making choices; in Syria, Washington has for too long refused to make a clear choice.
NATO Ambassador Ivo Daalder and POLITICO's Susan Glasser react to the Pentagon's new nuclear posture review, the rumored "bloody nose" strategy for deterring North Korea, and more.
The US ambassador to South Korea is not scheduled to attend the 2018 Winter Games, and not because of security concerns.
Responsible immigration reforms can advance public safety and security by fostering strong partnerships between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Recent years have shown that small tinkering with US warfighting, by adding a few more troops here or a few more bombs there, has achieved little.