Articles tagged with war-and-national-security

Aslı U. Bâli Aziz Rana

With Assad preparing a major offensive on the last rebel stronghold, the United States must offer a path forward. 

John Feffer

Hwang Sok-yong’s new novel sounds a warning about the pitfalls of Korean reunification.

Scott Casleton

Gina Haspel’s confirmation hearing is later this week. Here’s why we should all be concerned.

Rajan Menon Thomas Graham

To understand Russian and U.S. strategies, you have to read between the lines.

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Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey

An experiment in a quintessentially American form of protest.

Judith Levine

Moving from liberal gun reform to a truly radical movement will require us to make the connection between interpersonal violence and state violence.

Hugh Gusterson Elaine Scarry Jonathan King Bruce Ackerman Kennette Benedict Bruce Blair Sissela Bok Rosa Brooks John Burroughs Edward Markey Jim McGovern Zia Mian William Perry

What differentiates the crimes of a terrorist, hacker, or non-state actor from those of a president who launches a nuclear weapon?

Aziz Rana

Support for the U.S. military has long been seen as a crucial way for black Americans and immigrants to show that they “belong.”

Christian G. Appy

The resistance to the Vietnam War was the most diverse and dynamic antiwar movement in U.S. history. We have all but forgotten it today.

Amitai Etzioni

A debate with Mark Bray about Antifa and the use of violence as a political tool.