Issues / War & Peace
It might take someone of Trump’s vapid visibility to drive home the point that "world’s policeman" is not a viable role for the U.S. to play.
Those in the West who call on Muslims to condemn those who commit terrorist attacks in the name of Islam don’t seem to be aware that is already being done.
Not only Russia, but the United States could take a few cues from Mikhail Gorbachev’s approach to national security.
However counterproductive the Irish Fenian “Dynamite War” was, it was a reflection of the basic injustice of colonialism.
In the U.S. Muslims tend to be middle-class; in Europe, the urban poor.
Mikhail Gorbachev exploded the Reagan administration’s little minds.
Plenty, according to Neil Swidey’s astonishing article in the Boston Globe, but not entirely.
Policymakers accept the risk of an all-out nuclear attack implicit in deterrence, but have no tolerance for the much smaller nuclear terrorism threat.
For better or worse, the refugee crisis underscores that Turkey is part of Europe. Pretending otherwise could have disastrous consequences.
Most U.S. coverage failed to mention Hillary Clinton's support for the Honduran regime that assassinated activist Berta Cáceres