A Political and Literary Forum
Thailand has been gripped by the largest wave of protest in years, forcing a reckoning between the country’s dual structures of democracy and monarchy.
After twenty years of electoral dominance by the African National Congress, are South African politics finally becoming competitive?
A recording of their debate at the Unlearning Violence conference.
We are at a critical point in the history of our civil liberties.
Neil M. Richards
The promise of democracy lies in its potential to cultivate political virtue over time. But Egypt's liberals, unnerved by the policies of the legitimate Muslim Brotherhood government, refused to wait.
Should gun deaths be spoken about in the debate about gun control?
Runner-up for the John Jay/H. F. Guggenheim Prize for Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting.
The notion that elimination of the Muslim Brotherhood would produce a liberal democratic order was wishful thinking.
On December 2, 2013, the Center for Middle East Studies at University of Denver co-hosted a debate on Syria with Columbia University's Committee on Global Thought.
All around the world, we are digging up the dead.
If the burdens placed on Iran are small, so are the benefits it receives.
Migrants are dying as they cross the Mediterranean. Is there a better way?
With photographs by David Bacon.
While “left” in the West is now a virtual synonym for anti-Zionism, the same is far from true in Israel.
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William Callison, Quinn Slobodian
Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò
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