Congress is spending billions of dollars on bases in the Middle East, but what role do they really serve?
A sense of malaise plagues activist circles, with energies largely spent supporting the thousands in prison.
Four months into Iraq War 3.0, the cracks are showing—on the battlefield and in Washington.
Some reform-minded leaders in the Donetsk People's Republic want to create a socially oriented alternative to the oligarch-led government in Kiev—but will the Kremlin let them?
Barcelona and Madrid, which once made common cause against Franco, have ceased to understand each other.
The terms “pro-European” and “anti-European” no longer serve as useful reference points in Ukrainian politics—the real issue in this election was war or peace.
Catalans are fed up with Madrid’s austerity and corruption—making November’s referendum nonbinding has only postponed the confrontation.
Countering Ebola will require a whole new set of protections and priorities, which should emerge from the medical and public health communities—not the national security state.
After two decades of sham negotiations, it’s the best way to put pressure on Israel to end the occupation.
How the WHO’s blindness and Western biases let the Ebola epidemic run wild.