Issues / War & Peace
Thousands of Eritreans are marooned in this desolate corner of the Horn of Africa.
The UN has the power to bring peace to Syria — and greatly enhance its reputation to solve the seemingly intractable problems of sovereign states.
After the recent Ankara bombing, a reporter on the Turkish resistance becomes a member.
Lobbying and renewed fear of Russia have softened up the U.S. for Northrop Grumman’s budgetary kill with its new bomber.
The only sensible solution to the Syrian crisis is a quantum one in which Bashar al-Assad is simultaneously there and not there.
The former secretary of state could shatter the glass ceiling for women, but she'd leave the old boys' military-industrial complex intact.
To reverse his fortune at the polls, Erdogan reignited Turkey’s war with the Kurds, stood silent while mobs attacked his opponents, and unilaterally altered the constitutional role of his office.
No, it’s not U.S. reluctance to go all in against Syria that has created a vacuum in its foreign policy for Russia to fill.
Until recently, Korean Americans were all but written out of the U.S. history of the Korean War. A rising group of artists, oral historians, and community members is writing them back in.
Pakistan is beginning to make concessions on nuclear weapons and redirect some of its national security from India to Islamist militants.