Why the World Doesn’t Make New Countries Anymore
The Conditions for Children in Greece’s Refugee Camps Are Dire and Deplorable, but at Least They Have Their Parents
Trump’s Immigration Policy Is Still in Violation of International Law
Why It’s Fair to Compare the Detention of Migrants to Concentration Camps
Technically, the Korean War Never Ended—and It’s Influenced Every American Conflict Since It Began
Young Nicaraguans Have Lost Faith in Their Parents’ Sandinista Heroes
Venezuela’s Flawed Election Is the Latest in a New Regional Shift Toward Authoritarianism
The Last Time a Country Gave Up Its Nukes in Exchange for Security Guarantees, It Didn’t Turn Out Well
If Trump Can Get a Nuclear Deal With North Korea, Congress Needs to Own It Too
Trump’s Opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem Marks the End of America’s Unique Role in Israeli-Palestinian Peacemaking
Armenians Successfully Rebelled Against a Would-Be Dictator. What Can the World Learn From Them?
Trump Has Finally Transferred a Detainee Out of Guantanamo. Why Now?
The Bizarre Decades-Old Mystery Over Hitler’s (Possible) Skull
How Iran Will React to Trump’s Exit From the Nuke Deal
George Patton’s Trumpian Plan to Fund the Military With Captured Nazi Gold
Was Trump’s Strike on Syria Justified?
The Secretive Martial Art of the Soviet Union Is Making a Comeback
Under Jeremy Corbyn, the Long Relationship Between the Labour Party and British Jews Has Reached a Crisis Point
Mexican Voters Are Swinging Hard to the Left in the Age of Trump
The Cyberutopian Promise, and Sinister Reality, of the Party That May Soon Rule Italy