The New Delhi rape victim deserved justice, but she only got it because she gained celebrity status
It is our exceptionalism—and our separation of powers—that has kept us out of war in Syria.
India is not the only country dealing with high rates of violence against women, but we have perfected the ability to look away.
Awarding the 2020 Games to Tokyo and not Turkey highlights an unfair pattern
The fundamental rule of international law is that states cannot attack other states, even for humanitarian reasons
Rigged or not, the riveting proceedings against Communist official Bo Xilai have meant progress
If American interests are at stake, then our goal should not be stalemate
Two political enemies now find themselves on the same side of history
A demonstration of American airpower and political will would help the President regain the high ground
The seemingly imminent military strikes against Syria, in response to what U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has described as “undeniable” evidence of chemical weapons use, are not likely to bring the Syria war to a …
Let’s hope the president has realized at long last just how dangerous the horror in Syria has become
Al-Sisi’s recent decisionmaking suggests a character that is deeply flawed, rash and dangerous
They have lost all moral high ground by supporting the military’s violent crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood