Issues / War & Peace
Heretofore, united they stood on foreign policy, but Hillary Clinton is once again spreading her hawk wings.
Turkish President Erdogan has created a cult of personality in which he is the ultimate protection against the chaos he plans.
What the psychology of mass murderers — from Charles Manson on up to Bashar al-Assad and ISIS — can teach us about the method behind their madness.
From Paris to Beirut, the Islamic State's latest atrocities are a calculated effort to bring the war in Syria home to the countries participating in it.
When British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn stated that, if prime minister, he would not launch nuclear weapons, the British chief of defense was predictably outraged.
Paris was a wake-up call for Westerners — a reminder that we usually have the luxury to ignore the costs of war, even as our governments inflict them on foreigners.
Maybe the least popular idea on earth, world government could directly address global warming, tyrannical regimes, nonproliferation and the refusal of states with nuclear weapons to disarm.
Ramping up bombing against the Islamic State would only add to the numbers of civilians killed by U.S. airstrikes in its territory.
Russia may seek serious vengeance on the Islamic State for the possible sabotage of Metrojet Flight 9268.
"Back in my youth, we imagined that lumbering dinosaurs like Russia and China and the European Union would endure regardless of the global convulsions taking place around them."