Illegal Settlements and the Subversion of International Law
The U.S. has a bad habit of carving out exceptions for its clients and for itself when it comes to international law.
Pompeo’s Sketchy Shadow Senate Campaign
Pompeo has been abusing his position and he seems to be running afoul of a law that was written to prevent officeholders from exploiting their positions for personal and political advantage.
We Don’t Need Teddy Roosevelt’s Foreign Policy
No one should be sorry that Teddy Roosevelt wasn't directing U.S. foreign policy after WWI.
Trump’s Latest Gift to Israeli Hard-liners
This is part and parcel of the administration's ongoing normalization of illegal Israeli occupation.
The Cravenness of Pompeo
He has earned a reputation for cravenness and opportunism that will dog him for years to come.
The Failure of ‘Do Somethingism’ in Syria
The smart thing to do at this point is to face reality and remove U.S. forces from a country where they should never have been.
Pardons for War Criminals
Pardoning a few war criminals today helps pave the way for the commission of even more war crimes in the years to come.
The Week’s Most Interesting Reads
How best to thank a veteran? Avoid more unjust wars. Steven Katz calls on Americans to reject unnecessary and…