Issues / War & Peace
According to Stephen Walt, insecurity, not the urge to expand, is behind Russia’s actions in Ukraine.
Ignoring religion’s role in radicalization means we’re not attending to the needs of those most at risk of joining extremist groups.
The death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was certainly suspicious. But that doesn't prove a thing about his charges against Iran.
The United States is actually a world leader in the use of incendiary devices, but, unlike the Islamic State, it keeps it on the down low.
The flip side to the Islamic State's brutal invasions has been a trans-border unification of Kurdish fighters and refugees.
I called Henry Kissinger a war criminal to his face. Here's why.
Apparently, the Islamic State seeks to execute pilots as retaliation for their bombing missions.
In films like American Sniper and The Interview, Americans are the heroes and "furriners" are the targets: an undifferentiated group of people so alien that they're practically subhuman.
A long-term alternative to war can only be built by popular movements in Iraq and Syria. These movements still matter, and they deserve our solidarity — not our bombs.
By burning alive Jordanian fighter pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, the Islamic State reinforced an apparent commitment to behave like a terrorist organization, not a state.