News and Features
How governments, NGOs, and conservative think tanks turned the language of human rights on its head.
Knowing one’s enemy is usually considered the essence of strategic planning. Washington doesn’t know.
Why Iraq remains a quagmire after decades of intervention, trillions of dollars, the full weight of American military power, and the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.
When toddler killings outpace terror killings in the United States, the biggest problem is not jihad.
And the Pentagon wants to send even more to the country.
The brutal Saudi bombing of Yemen has killed thousands and left the capital paralyzed by fuel and water shortages.
Walking away from bilateral negotiations doesn’t “punish” Russia, as Washington intended. It weakens international security.
Jeb Bush may impress foreign leaders just because he’s not his brother—but that’s not enough.
Despite today’s vote in the House to bar US funding to a neo-Nazi Ukrainian militia, the “war party” continues to rattle its sabers over Ukraine.
A Palestinian family’s struggle to survive under threat of imminent expulsion.