Issues / War & Peace
Why isn't the American Psychological Association pursuing ethics charges against psychologist John Leso for abuses he helped carry out at the Guantánamo prison?
So far, the United States has given Iran the space it needs to reach a nuclear agreement with the international community. But hardliners on both sides are waiting in the wings.
Vladimir Putin has a point: the United States seems to have discovered international law only recently.
Donald Rumsfeld was less afraid of what intelligence revealed than what it didn’t ― that is, almost everything.
Syria's civil war has divided the Palestinian resistance and complicated its patchwork of international alliances.
Amid floundering peace talks, Jewish artists, historians, and activists are taking an increasingly critical look at Israel's founding and history.
For 60 years, Koreans on both sides of the DMZ have awaited a peace treaty. Instead they've gotten an arms race and political repression.
New books by Ari Shavit and Ilan Pappe offer competing but valuable reexaminations of Israel's history and the future of peace in the Middle East.
In the wake of the Kunming attack, experts expect the Chinese government to crack down hard on Uighurs and anyone sympathetic to them.
Fashions come and go. And this year, across the broad swath of Eurasia, fascism is in.