From toddlers with guns to wedding parties hit by drones, here’s the news for tomorrow.
American law prevents military aid to countries that employ child soldiers—but that hasn’t stopped us in South Sudan.
A quarter-century after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the military remains structured to defeat a threat that no longer exists.
The party must renew links to British civil society.
The UK election’s surprising results don’t alter a longer trend: the decline of two-party dominance
Groups from Amnesty to the ACLU to Reprieve are calling for the same standard of accountability that followed the killings of Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto.
Many have delighted in judging Hannah Arendt, maybe because they have feared her judgment.
Farkhunda was murdered on the streets of Kabul while thousands looked on. Now Afghan women are rising up.
It’s a warning shot—not only against whistleblowing but against basic communication with journalists by government employees.
A new report from the Israeli veterans group Breaking the Silence says the IDF fails to distinguish between civilians and combatants.