Issues / War & Peace
Russia’s attempts to keep Islamist extremism at bay will only backfire.
The longer the Islamic State remains a viable force, the more likely it is to get its hands on nuclear materials.
The war abroad and the war at home are both fueled by a fear of encroaching chaos — and it's hard to miss the racist subtext.
What’s the point of the UN Security Council if its members can’t even sign resolutions holding the Syrian government accountable for its crimes?
A little-known reason why Muslims attack Muslims.
With each UN Security Council veto, Syrian President Assad increased the intensity of his attacks on his own people.
There would be no Islamic State if George W. Bush had not taken the U.S. to war in an Islamic state, Iraq.
Russia and China enabled Syrian President Assad’s war on his own people.
The U.S. can’t resist jumping into the security vacuum created when Russia and China refuse to help rein in Syrian President Assad.
“Smart power at its best,” as Hillary Clinton called our intervention into Libya, doesn’t seem like much of an improvement over the heavy-handed use of force.