Even if the U.S. Lifts the Embargo, Castro May Get the Last Word

This week’s surprise rapprochement with Cuba raises tantalizing prospects for U.S. companies: the decades-long American embargo could be lifted, giving the firms access they haven’t ...


The Palestinians Decide to Roll the Dice at the United Nations

  This article has been corrected. The Palestinians this week shrugged off appeals by Secretary of State John Kerry to shelve a U.N. bid to ...


Rewriting Syria's War

An influential, unpublished report looks to radically revise notions of how to achieve peace in this war-torn country.


Can Palestine Win Its Fight Against Occupation by Going Through the United Nations Security Council?

For the last several weeks, the United Nations Security Council has been the focus of unusually intense activity related to the Israel-Palestine conflict. Palestinian and ...


A New Dawn in Cuba

HAVANA, Cuba — President Barack Obama has finally cut the Gordian Knot of U.S.-Cuban relations that none of his 10 predecessors could manage to untie. ...

Shadow Government

Is Iran Already Cheating on a Nuclear Deal?

A new report by an opposition group alleges that Tehran is still pursuing weaponization.

Shadow Government

Is Washington Forgetting Its Allies in the Iranian Nuclear Negotiations?

As Secretary of State John Kerry rushed in 2013 to sign an interim nuclear deal with Iran, Sen. John McCain, (R-Ariz.), incoming chair of the ...


Prince William Wants the World to Help Save the Rhinos

Prince William used his first trip to Washington to condemn the illegal wildlife trade on Monday. After meeting with President Barack Obama in the morning, ...

Obama Hammers Sony for Pulling ‘The Interview’

Obama Hammers Sony for Pulling ‘The Interview’

The Liberal Fallacy of the Cuba Deal

The Liberal Fallacy of the Cuba Deal

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