Tonight, President Obama will address the nation to discuss the drawdown of US combat forces in Iraq. In February, Robert Dreyfuss reported on the specter of civil conflict and the possibility of the outbreak of a civil war—which still looms.
No politician has ever suffered a more humiliating rejection than the former leader of Ukraine's Orange Revolution and its current sitting president, Viktor Yushchenko.
If a conclusive disrespecting of Genesis was required, wouldn't you think R. Crumb was the man for the job?
Palestine's Islamic movement has subtly changed its uncompromising posture on Israel.
Has a major military contractor in Afghanistan created an Astroturf organization to promote long-term US engagement?
A spate of new films address the human toll the Israeli-Palestinian conflict takes on both sides.
The Swiss ban on minarets may seem insignificant, but it is hitched to bigger stories about mass immigration, economic depression and the rebirth of fascism in Europe.
Alarmist tracts about immigration in Europe are debates about Muslims--not with them.
TNR's more significant sin is to weaken the bond between Israel and liberal American Jews--which is to say, most of them.
With Pentagon cash, contractors bribe insurgents not to attack supply lines for US troops