For a British-born citizenship-seeker, the US president’s behaviour in the UK was cringe-inducing, but no more so than the British government’s handling of Brexit. Plus, the citizenship ceremony, with its diverse crowd, shows why so many seek naturalisation
Neither the US nor the EU can realistically absorb all the migrants who would move there if they could, and a legal solution is required.
Europe is becoming ‘the meltdown pot’ as a steadily increasing stream of immigrants breaks down political unity between EU member states and pushes voters back to national boundaries.
The novels of Tom Wolfe clearly explain the climate that created the president, while the author also understood Trump’s underappreciated political genius.
Like Richard Nixon, Donald Trump might capitalise on his foreign policy success to ensure re-election, regardless of his failures on the domestic front.
Facebook has our data, our smartphone track us wherever we go, and Mark Zuckerberg has become filthy rich from that information.
Donald Trump’s bold positions on a summit with Kim Jong-un and tariffs on China have stunned and infuriated the Washington consensus, including Republicans, but may actually pay off.
As machines become too sophisticated for human minds to fully comprehend, we could be returning to an age of mystification.
Jobs and wages numbers gave Trump and the Republicans good reason to smile at Democratic discontent during the State of the Union address, but the economic fortunes may be soon to run out.
The office of the presidency can be inherently infuriating, and US President Donald Trump’s tumultuous start has much in common with Bill Clinton’s dramatic first year in office.
The outright condemnation of Trump’s security strategy is not surprising, given how polarised the world has become, but its more muscular posture is to be welcomed.
The liberal view that the US president is mentally unstable or incompetent is simply wrong. He is just uncivil, and such behaviour is the norm in this age of declining civility.
Niall Ferguson says the book of choice of China’s powerful anti-corruption chief will resonate as the hour of reckoning approaches on the Korean missile crisis