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The Case Against Peace

The Case Against Peace

There’s long been a theory that peacetime is bad for maintaining the global order — turns out a war now and then does a nation good.

Why the World Humanitarian Summit Meeting in Turkey Really Does Matter

Why the World Humanitarian Summit Meeting in Turkey Really Does Matter

John Norris told Foreign Policy readers that the Istanbul conference would be irrelevant. It wasn’t.

Dalai Lama: Those Who Cause Bloodshed Are Not “Genuine” Practitioners of Islam

Dalai Lama: Those Who Cause Bloodshed Are Not “Genuine” Practitioners of Islam

The Dalai Lama spoke about peace-building and the Orlando shootings in front of an audience in Washington, D.C.

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The Pivot to Tehran

For more than four years, the Obama administration has accused Iran of being a chief instigator of Syria’s bloody conflict and has rebuffed persistent appeals ...

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