The “War On Terror” is entering its 16th year. But why does it have such a hold over Americans’ lives, culture and politics?
When the world’s dominant culture exalts war, it is no wonder there is so much of it.
Senior Obama administration officials were aware from 2012 that a war to overthrow Assad would inevitably become a sectarian bloodbath.
With mosques under surveillance, IS turns to soccer for recruitment
Pakistan’s generals like to blame their country’s cycle of political violence on foreign forces. In reality, it is largely home-made.
There are different kinds of terrorists. Understanding the variations could help stop them.
A narrative that treats the U.S. as the unsuspecting victim of attacks by supporters of ISIS is misleading.
The biggest political challenge of the 21st century will not be terrorism. It will be borders.