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.
Will Colombia’s democracy survive the violence?
Luis Fernando Medina
Why we must prosecute the Bush administration officials who sanctioned torture.
Can a colonialist strategy be reinvented?
Counterinsurgency doesn’t make sense. It asks soldiers, concerned primarily with survival, to be Wyatt Earp and Mother Theresa.
What changed in Iraq.
Is religion an obstacle to treatment?
Despite large obstacles, Obama is right to push the two-state solution.
Iran’s crisis offers an opportunity for real change.
For the last seven weekends in a row, violent settlers from neighboring Bat Ayin have attacked the Palestinian farmers here.
The exaggerated fears over digital warfare.
The collapse of Israel’s once-powerful peace movement makes a workable two-state outcome much harder to achieve.
We must focus on the laws that continue to put so many noncitizens— including legal residents —into detention and deportation proceedings.
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