Amidst the Middle East’s ongoing conflicts and turmoil, the Kurds of northern Iraq may come out on top with an independent state.
The recent attack on a Bulgarian politician who champions immigrant rights wasn’t a clear-cut case of ultra-right nationalism.
Will Hegel follow in Panetta’s ideological footsteps when it comes to the Air-Sea, Cold War style battle in the Pacific?
Ron Carver puts today’s gun control debate into a personal and historical context.
Like Paul Ryan and Henry Marsh, I had a bad day on the mall.
Exactly what is waterboarding a prisoner 83 — or 183 — times supposed to accomplish?
European ministers didn’t even have to take a formal vote because it was obvious that there was sufficient support to move ahead.
“Soft power” doesn’t work when it’s a fig leaf for military dominance.
British objections to how Algeria handled its hostage situation and a recent visit by one of its boy bands to Ghana highlight U.S. and European condescension towards Africa.
Is Syria just another proxy war?
On Obama’s second inauguration, let’s challenge our society to look at how well we are addressing the “giant triplets” of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism.
This cheat sheet will come in handy in case he wants to get back in touch with his inner anti-war community organizer.
As in: come home to roost.
When President Zine Ben Ali was deposed, a new era of modern Tunisian history — one filled with hope and frustration — unfolded.
These four progressive proposals have bipartisan potential.