Gerald Scarfe’s cartoon may not have been anti-Semitic, but running it on Holocaust Memorial Day only added fuel to the fire.
With Japanese militarism on the rise, Okinawan leaders bring an angry appeal for peace to Tokyo.
Fissures are beginning to appear in Isaias Afewerki’s dictatorship.
The U.S. recognition of Somalia as a sovereign and equal partner entails new responsibilities for both parties.
We’re mixing food and politics.
Conservatives will miss gay-bashing as an electoral strategy.
As Washington does with Beijing and Taipei, Serbia practices strategic ambiguity with Kosovo.
The Nobel Peace Prize as Marker of liberalism’s Moral Bankruptcy.
An interview with a commander of the Moro National Liberation Front in the Philippines.
Non-nuclear weapons states forget that the nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty exists at their pleasure.
Money that the European Commission provides to Bulgaria to fund Roma inclusion projects is diverted elsewhere.
In Refugee Hotel, the authors give us captivating insight into the despair that confronts many refugees upon their landing, without re-victimizing their characters.
The Algerian hostage crisis was both a human and political fiasco and its regional implications are still evolving.
Moving toward a comprehensive policy of engagement with Cuba is in the national interest of the United States–and is certainly in the best interests of Alan Gross.
Drones are becoming increasingly ubiquitous, not to mention — however artificially — intelligent.