Issues / War & Peace
The Pentagon may be burned by the war on terror, but it's obsessively preparing for a high-intensity conflict with China or Russia.
A new Council on Foreign Relations report presents China in a distorted light.
U.S. military aid to the Philippines doesn't defend the country from invaders. It's turned inward, against the poor, journalists, and human rights defenders.
Whether authorities classify an act as “terrorist” depends almost entirely on who carries it out, not what they did.
His administration’s near-ban on refugee admissions is having a destructive domino effect in front-line countries.
Two speeches and two very different approaches to the world.
Glorifying serial killer-type behavior most service members would find appalling is a strange way to honor them.
The U.S.-funded Israeli military is shooting so many unarmed Palestinians that the UN is warning of an amputation crisis in Gaza.
For the U.S., Russian meddling in the 2016 election was a classic case of getting a taste of one’s own medicine and not liking it one bit.
May 16 marks a famed Roma uprising against Nazi death camp guards. Against a backdrop of rising right-wing hatred, we need to draw on that defiance and humanity.