The “War On Terror” is entering its 16th year. But why does it have such a hold over Americans’ lives, culture and politics?
There are different kinds of terrorists. Understanding the variations could help stop them.
Why U.S. foreign policy has such a mixed record, in the Middle East and beyond.
Is the real problem between Islam and the West — or within Islam itself?
U.S. foreign policy needs a complete rethink to move past the post-9/11 model.
Why is the U.S. president so keen on excelling by doing his very own opposition’s bidding? Is it because he is a non-politician and utter elitist?
Does the United States fully understand what it has wrought through the use of armed drones?
With a deeper knowledge of the various kinds of terrorism that have emerged, how does the United States engage in an effective battle of ideas?
What can the Boston Marathon bombings teach the United States about employing more effective forms of countering violent extremism?
How do Bernard-Henri Lévy’s observations of American life compare with those of de Tocqueville?