A Political and Literary Forum
As both politicians and historians mine the 1940s for alternate visions of international order, we must guard against the presumption that the United States remains the benevolent center of global politics.
Islamophobia is a shared project of the Democrat and Republican parties, long preceding the rise of white nationalism and Trump.
John Bowen, Aziz Rana
The crisis of liberal capitalism has arrived, bringing us to the brink of total global war.
Alex de Waal
Kurds—the largest stateless ethnic group in the world—can be found on all sides of an increasingly complex conflict that stretches across Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Iran.
Protest is not merely a matter of personal awakening, but of organizing and mobilizing the power needed to change social relations.
Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey
Two new British reports deliver a damning and decisive verdict on the politics of interventionism.
The idea that Putin is driven by the philosophy of Eurasianism obscures the pragmatism of Russia's foreign policy.
Jordan Michael Smith
In the name of fighting radical Islam, Indian troops have gone to war with civilians.
Will victims of the war be served by the call for restorative justice?
Trump may have just been running off at the mouth, but policy experts agree he’s not entirely wrong about our dysfunctional relationship with NATO.
War is almost always a choice, a madness we go along with.
After fourteen years, Mohamedou Ould Slahi may finally have a chance at freedom.
Henry Ace Knight
The vote will have consequences far beyond the UK's borders.
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William Callison, Quinn Slobodian
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