The ultimate object of terrorism is to strike fear in the hearts of enemies. By that measure, the current hysteria over whether to allow Syrian refugees into the United States may just be the Islamic State’s biggest victory.
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A look at why Putin may have started the war in Ukraine primarily for his domestic political needs inside Russia.
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Sam Ramani’s must-read Twitter feed on Ukraine is just a teaser for this deep and insightful look at Putin and Russia.
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In each of our pockets are devices with the power to bear witness. Suddenly violations of human rights are documented for the ages and may be more easily prosecuted.
NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy WhoWhatWhy Exclusive: Our Homeless, Explosive Radioactive Waste by Paul DeRienzo A formidable glitch occurred just as the United States prepares to embark on a multi-billion-dollar program to restart production of nuclear weapons. An explosion at an underground waste dump in New Mexico—complete with some sky-high kitty litter—is highlighting the dangers inherent not […]
There’s a rush to judgment about who shot down Malaysian Airlines Flight 17. That’s clearly dangerous with Ukraine a flashpoint in what appears to be turning into a new Cold War. Here are some things to think about as we try to separate fact from speculation and even outright fiction.
Iran has been stuck in the craw of US foreign policy for 40 years. Longtime Iran expert Gary Sick looks at how we got to where we are today.