Category: World

What Argentina’s Default Means for the Rest of Us

Argentina has defaulted eight times in its 200-year history, the latest coming on Thursday after a bizarre legal saga…
Catherine Addington August 4, 2014

As Mosul’s Christians Flee, Religious Freedom Gets an Ambassador

The State Department’s annual report on International Religious Freedom paints a dark picture for religious liberty advocates. The AP says that…
Sarah Albers July 29, 2014

Fear and Loathing in Guantanamo Bay

The Guantanamo Bay detention center briefly reasserted its presence in the public consciousness this month with the news that…
Bonnie Kristian July 23, 2014

Israel Runs Up the Score

Twelve steps from the collapse of Kerry's peace talks to the carnage in Gaza
Scott McConnell July 16, 2014

The Beauty of Getting Lost

Rediscovering the mystery of travel in a GPS world
Gracy Olmstead July 10, 2014

Can Technology Build a Village?

We live in a rapidly urbanizing world. But Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, thinks we are also…
Gracy Olmstead July 5, 2014

Bombs Can’t Save Iraq

The panic that engulfed this capital after the fall of Mosul, when it appeared that the Islamist fanatics of…
Patrick Buchanan June 20, 2014

Live Blog and Open Thread: The New Internationalism

Note: The conference is now over. Check back again soon for a full video. In the meantime, you can access…
Jonathan Coppage June 17, 2014

ISIS May Expel Iraq’s Christians for Good

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, ISIS, has recently overtaken the major Iraqi city of Mosul, causing an…
Sarah Albers June 13, 2014

Toward a New Foreign Policy Consensus

Register now for the New Internationalism conference on 6/17.
TAC Staff June 11, 2014