Issues / War & Peace
Like LBJ, as president, any domestic successes Hillary Clinton might achieve could be undercut by ill-advised interventions abroad.
It starts with a homophobic psychopath and extends to corporations and states.
Force, rather than negotiation, seems to be Hillary Clinton’s default response.
How did an eighteenth-century Arab preacher and scholar become one of the most influential religious figures in the world today?
Muhammad Ali’s conversion to Islam was, in part, an attempt to transcend racism.
The U.S. could retaliate against a massive Chinese cyberattack by blowing up its web censorship.
Clinton is right: Trump would be a disaster on foreign policy. But her refusal to engage with the alternative offered by Sanders says more about her own war-driven approach than anything else.
Pakistan cracks down on its militants to control, not extinguish, their movements.
Obama’s approach to nukes will be his most significant legacy — as well as his most salient failure.
The 28 pages that the Bush administration deleted from the 9/11 report have implications not only for our relationship with the Saudis, but our national security.