A discussion of Robert Kagan's new book questions whether American influence will still weight the scales in international power struggles.
The new generation is embracing the long-ubiquitous bug, with some choice modifications.
The conservative writer glosses over unsettling developments in the white-first movement.
Israelis worry their country may be left on its own to fight Iranian influence in the region.
The tactics that enabled Turkey's strongman ruler to rise to dominance may now render similar maneuvers impossible.
Israel's prime minister is firing on all cylinders to secure the right-wing vote ahead of a tight re-election bid.
In the absence of state protection, accompaniment has been a crucial strategy for protecting migrants and refugees.
The "reasonable right's" word choices exactly mimic the Old South's support of slavery.
The yogurt billionaire Hamdi Ulukaya is asking business leaders to give jobs to migrants.