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.
The Church is taking charge of the role its own funds play in enabling the criminality of Israel.
The newest report sees nothing illegal about warrantless collection of Americans’ international calls and e-mails.
How to stop the United States from overreaching, overspending, and overcommitting.
Barry R. Posen
If the burdens placed on Iran are small, so are the benefits it receives.
In the post-Snowden world, it is hard to imagine a more consequential fork in the road.
While “left” in the West is now a virtual synonym for anti-Zionism, the same is far from true in Israel.
Traditional just war theory has it wrong. Soldiers are morally culpable for fighting in unjust wars, and thus deserve the option of selective conscientious objection.
A Pakistani family demands acknowledgment of their grandmother's death.
Toward Distributed Security in Cyberspace
“The drones were terrifying. The buzz of a distant propeller is a constant reminder of imminent death."
What will it take to revive U.S.-Iran relations?
The chemical weapons ban should have been made universal years ago.
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