Regions / Europe & Central Asia
In World War II, the Allies realized that winning the information war would be essential to their eventual success.
The project intends to show how the United Nations was born in 1942, creating a relatively stable and peaceful post-war international system.
The author pays ironic homage to Richard Hofstadter's 50-year-old classic "The Paranoid Style of American Politics."
Maybe Pamela Geller just needs a big hug.
If there are general rules of war, certainly one of them is: "Do not fight in places that the Rand McNally three-dimensional map puts lots of bumps."
The military thinks it has a winning combination, but night raids and drones are actually helping to lose the war in Afghanistan.
The assassination of Ahmed Wali Karzai is certain to destabilize Kandahar, making the need for talks with the Taliban evermore likely.
The Oslo terrorist took aim at multiculturalism, not Muslims.
Every political extremist has his own mentor whose writings he uses to rationalize his attacks.
Will U.S. miscalculations drive these two occasional adversaries closer together?