Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan may want to derail the an alliance against ISIS—and thus weaken the Assad regime.
Heavy-handed tactics don’t stop terrorism. Good policing and public trials do.
The reckless use of a charity to sneak spy equipment into North Korea will endanger Christians across the world.
Endorsing a program of targeted killing opens the door for perilous reciprocation.
Alleged misconduct by the House speaker was well known to the FBI—and to Turkey and Israel.
The Hay Initiative encourages GOP candidates to sing from Mitt’s old hymnal.
An all-star cast teams up to spin their enhanced interrogation regime.
Will the U.S. accept responsibility for the humanitarian consequences of Washington-manufactured wars?
America’s reluctant ally finally offers token assistance against ISIS only as cover for a campaign against the Kurds.
NSA surveillance often occurs because the resources are in place, and have to be used for something.
Government-friendly inexpert witnesses help grease the wheels for an unaccountable war on terror.
Democracy is often subverted by special interests operating behind the scenes.
Once-defeated domestic anti-terrorism legislation is being quietly revived in Congress this week.
Though the global body count is obscured, America’s destabilizing actions may have claimed more lives than nonstate terrorists.
White House claims of de-escalation are merely misdirection.
The BDS movement is now drawing official opposition from Tel Aviv and its American allies.
Major universities and taxpayer-maintained repositories are too often coopted by political legacy-shaping.
Seymour Hersh’s sources tell a more believable story than the self-serving official White House narrative.
The United States’s targeted killing program has neither the controls nor the justifications the president promises.
The pontiff recognizes the Armenian genocide of a century ago, but can he do more about today’s wars and injustices?