Issues / War & Peace
The Saudi-led coalition intervening in Yemen has more in common with 19th-century Europe than the 21st-century Middle East.
Nuclear weapons may not be abolished until a more efficient weapon of mass destruction is devised to replace them.
According to a futurist, a nuclear-weapons accident would be “the most heavily-documented historical event yet.”
The Yemen war is a variation on an old theme, where despotic regimes in the Middle East call on the United States to do their dirty work.
It is not between fundamentalist Muslims and Western governments.
Weapons are pouring out of Africa's most oil-rich country while extremist fighters tumble in.
For those who view international relations as a quest for equity between nations, the U.S. and the West bullied Iran into a nuclear deal.
President Obama’s deal with Iran gives hope for international cooperation on future crises.
What the Iran deal means for Tehran's nuclear program — and for the future of the Middle East.
International aid and "statebuilding" exercises risk exacerbating ethnic conflicts in Myanmar. Here's a more realistic approach.