Russia and the West Must Stop Conspiring to Turn Ukrainians Against Each Other
The U.S. is eager to extradite, but Mexico needs to dispense justice on behalf of Mexicans
It doesn’t need to send in tanks to keep Kiev in line.
What’s happened in the last few weeks may look like a revolution — but it’s really a cycle.
Looking back, Obama’s strategy doesn’t work as a new paradigm of war
The Obama administration is right to suspend some but not all military aid. If only they could make that message clearer.
Suspicions of American intentions in Brazil and elsewhere run deep after revelations about NSA data-gathering in those countries
The fundamental rule of international law is that states cannot attack other states, even for humanitarian reasons
Leaders around the world, religious or otherwise, must leverage Ramadan to find peaceful solutions in Egypt and Syria
It’s hard to believe he endorses a theory that if he can make some academic conferences a tad less prestigious, peace will bloom
No other country — and there are many other success stories out there — ascribes to such a chest-thumping, predictable creed as the United States
As the case of Malala Yousafzai shows, educational inequalities breed conflict and repression and hurt all nations
Controversy over what should be done about ‘Innocence of Muslims’ has pushed the First Amendment to its limits