As Turkey ramps up its outrage against a House committee vote to affirm the Armenian genocide, is anyone applauding our lawmakers' act of moral courage?
The House Foreign Affairs Committee bravely declares the 1915 slaughter of Armenians in Turkey genocide. Why not put the same label on themselves, for their role in the Iraq catastrophe?
A painter explores love and loss in the iconic settings of postwar Paris.
The International Criminal Court has taken a crucial step in naming two perpetrators of the violence in Darfur. But for survivors and victims of the ongoing catastrophe, much more must be done.
The Bastard of Istanbul, a saga of two interwoven families, bravely violates Turkish taboo with its description of the Armenian genocide.
Any solution to the slaughter in Darfur will need to address Sudan's crumbling North-South peace agreement.
As conditions worsen in Darfur, the nascent International Criminal Court, whose mandate is to bring genocidaires to justice in a chaotic environment hostile to the rule of law, is facing a daunting challenge.
Confronting the forces of war, genocide and lawlessness begins with the
belief that individual citizens have the power--and the
responsibility--to focus our government's mind, change its priorities
and save lives.
A recent surge of novels and memoirs reveals for the
first time the ways in which Germans suffered from Allied "total war"
strategy during World War II.
Long-awaited reform efforts at the United Nations have
fallen far short of Kofi Annan's original vision. But despite John
Bolton's antagonism, there has been progress.