The Selfish Motive Behind Trump’s Jerusalem Decision
Don’t Oppose Trump’s Jerusalem Declaration Because It Will “Spark Violence.” Oppose It Because It’s Wrong.
In 2016, an Act of Far-Right Terrorism Shocked the U.K. Trump’s “Britain First” Retweet Brought It All Back.
Yemen May Be Facing the World’s Worst Famine in Decades. How Did It Get So Bad?
Why Terrorist Attacks Are Losing Their Ability to Terrify
Not Every Mass Atrocity Should Be Called a Genocide. What’s Happening to the Rohingya Is.
Both Sides in the Standoff Over Catalonia Are Invoking Spain’s Authoritarian Past
Does Xi Jinping’s Dream of Restoring China’s Greatness Include Women?
Does Trump Know What He Signed Up for in Niger?
Liberals, Do Not Try to Turn Niger Into Trump’s Benghazi
The Stigma Around “Appeasement” Is Leading U.S. Foreign Policy Down a Dangerous Path
It’s Time to Admit It: The Save Darfur Movement Failed
War in North Korea Could Be Devastating. But War in Taiwan Could Be Even Worse—and More Likely.
What Drove a Group of Small-Town Spanish Young Men to Carry Out a Brutal Terrorist Attack?
Australia Is Also Struggling With How to Remember the Uglier Parts of Its History
Afghanistan Is Not Always a “Graveyard of Empires,” but We Need to Be Realistic About Our Goals There
Progressives Shouldn’t Give Jeremy Corbyn a Pass for Praising Dictators and Extremists
Trump Could Get Us Into a War in Syria by Accident
The Qatar Crisis Shows Why the U.S. Cannot Afford Instability in the Persian Gulf
An Age-Old Tradition of Mexican Anti-Americanism Is Making a Comeback in the Trump Era