The NATO no-fly zone over Libya caused far more suffering than it prevented. In Ukraine, it would be even worse.
Washington Should Think Twice Before Launching a New Cold War
First, let’s remind ourselves of the catastrophic global consequences of the last one.
11 Years of War in Syria
What started as an anti-authoritarian uprising became a brutal international proxy war. However many years pass, the solution remains the same.
It’s Settled That Israel Is Committing Apartheid. Now What Should We Do About It?
Movements for justice and Palestinian rights laid the ground for recent declarations by Amnesty International and other human rights organizations. Now we have to follow up.
Biden’s Dangerous Refusal to Reverse Trump’s Western Sahara Policy
Trump recognized the wholesale annexation of one country by another. If Biden lets that stand, the global implications are deeply troubling.
Seeking Justice for Syrians
Inside a chance prosecution in Germany that could be a first step toward justice after the country’s devastating civil war.
Saving the Iran Nuclear Deal Requires Balancing it
Here’s how to ensure that a new agreement isn’t so easily cancelled.
Bin Laden and Trump: Two Bookends to America’s Imperial Decline
What we can learn from the 20 years between the 9/11 attacks and the January 6 coup attempt.
Is There Rule of Law in Iraq?
Iraq relied on extra-governmental forces to fight ISIS. Now they’re targeting journalists, attacking protestors, and defying the elected government.
Missing from the Climate Talks: Corporate Powers to Sue Governments That Limit Pollution
Allowing extractive industries to file expensive lawsuits over environmental regulations could undermine whatever agreements might be reached at COP26 in Glasgow.