ISIS producing weapons on a scale and sophistication which matches national military forces
Although most everyone in the region badly wants to turn the page on present-day failures, uncertainties about the next administration abound
Should the next administration seek to maintain an ongoing U.S. military presence in post-caliphate Iraq?
With rising tensions and attacks toward refugees in Greece, what can be done?
Even asylum is inadequate to enable refugees to rebuild their lives
Inequality remains poorly defined, its effects highly variable, and its causes hotly debated
“It was all based on race hysteria, xenophobia in the past, and you don’t want that to repeat again.”
Even if Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s caliphate ends, he has already laid the groundwork for its successors
Germany can either save Europe or refugees not both. To stem the rise of the far-right, the chancellor will be forced to make gut-wrenching decisions
Egypt has uncovered a network accused of illicit international trafficking in human organs
Tehran would retaliate if the sanctions are approved
Kris Kobach has recently suggested a national registry for immigrants and visitors from Muslim countries
Trump is a businessman, not a statesman, he thinks in terms of immediate profits and losses
As Iraqi forces bear down on Mosul, the jihadi group is setting oil wells ablaze, using civilians as human shields, and executing those who try to flee
Political leaders often speak of growth patterns that unfairly distribute the benefits of growth; but then they do relatively little about it when they are in power