Saudi Arabia’s apparent assassination of Jamal Khashoggi might have taken inspiration from Russia and North Korea — or Israel and the United States.
What that Protestant Reformation can teach us about the durability of far-right movements — and the order they seek to replace.
A nation that doesn’t remember the people sent to fight on its behalf has no business sending more.
A bloody siege looms over Idlib, the U.S. is digging into the east, and conflict between Iran and Israel may put Syria in the crosshairs.
The far right is on the rise from North America to Europe to Asia. Each case is different, but they share key similarities — and require similar responses.
The U.S. isn’t the only country where women are lining up to burn down the (frat) house.
In a nakedly political move, Jeremy Corbyn’s right-wing critics are painting the lifelong anti-racist’s criticism of Israel as anti-Semitic.
Long ignored by the media, the people of Chagos struggle relentlessly to reclaim islands that the U.S. and U.K. stole for a military base.
Kissinger once said guerrillas won by not losing. Facing a loss themselves, the military adopted the same strategy.
Sure, federal agencies have acted illegally — when the president tells them to. Trump’s war on the “Deep State” is entirely about impunity for himself.