The Serbian government organized a rally to counter huge civic protests. But it’s only further polarizing the country.
The Serbian Movement Against Violence
In the aftermath of the two mass killings in and around Belgrade, Serbian citizens have handed over a huge number of illegal weapons. That is surely a positive step, but much more must be done.
Retire This Dehumanizing Language About Immigrants
Human beings fleeing persecution are not a “flood” or “surge.” And it’s not “illegal” when they cross the border to seek asylum.
The Persistent Allure of Military Coups
Sudan is in yet another civil war. Can it put military rule behind it once and for all?
The U.S. Government’s Greatest Enemy
When it comes to U.S. security, Americans are more of a threat than the Chinese or the Russians.
Will the Taliban Revolt Against its Leadership?
The Taliban contains many contending factions, but that’s also a source of its stability.
Donald Trump and America’s Democratic Reputation
Trump attacked democracy. Will democracy fight back?
The New Battle for the Compact States
The United States is working to keep China out of Palau, the Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia.
Reflecting on Russia’s War Crimes in Ukraine, 20 Years After the U.S. Invaded Iraq
Washington has tried to replace international law with a vague “rules-based order” that seemingly only other countries can violate. Ukrainians and Iraqis deserve better.
Iraq, Ukraine, and a World Without Accountability
If the U.S. wants the ICC to prosecute Russia for its many crimes in Ukraine, Washington should join the court too — and receive its judgment.