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How the destruction of architectural treasures became a weapon in Syria’s ongoing civil war.
After more than two decades of empty declarations of victory in Iraq, “success,” however defined, is impossible.
Despite the pretentions of our governing and pundit classes, America has neither the right nor the resources to act as a kind of tutor to burgeoning democracies.
Because our leaders didn’t listen, or listened too late, the end came in Vietnam as a total catastrophe. It’s not too late to avoid a repeat in Syria.
The crisis in Iraq and Syria demands a political solution. Here are the key diplomatic steps needed to get there.
Talking heads like former General Jack Keane are all over the news media fanning fears of IS. Shouldn’t the public know about their links to Pentagon contractors?
The secret history of invisible ink.
Not taking military action isn’t the same thing as doing nothing.
There’s a frightening enthusiasm for war among pundits—and now the public seems ready to go along too.
In 1941, genocide broke out in Croatia, and we still cannot explain why.