Georgia’s presidential election is a referendum on a government that has reversed its predecessor’s gains.
A recent article argues that the lack of legal norms invites cyberconflict. But governments know the price of overreach and are refraining from unleashing their full capabilities.
The U.N.'s agency for Palestinians should stop playing word games and do its job.
Ankara claims to oppose the Islamic State. Its actions suggest otherwise.
Energy resources aren’t just a commodity – they’re a vehicle for Russia’s political ambitions.
There’s no reason to start a devastating war when nonmilitary options are working.
U.S. officials care deeply about collateral damage and make every effort to investigate claims, which is why there has never been a more precise air campaign in the history of armed conflict.
If you choose not to condemn political violence, is that an expression of humility, or elitism?
And the allegation that we received funding to nominate him for the award is preposterous.
A recent review of my biography of President Bush reaffirms the arguments it seeks to dispute.
Kristin Lord, Suzanne Nossel, Whitney Kassel, and Ari Ratner weigh in on Rosa Brooks's recent columns and a woman's right to recline.