|Articls and OP-EDs
Ending the Yemen Quagmire: Lessons for Washington from Four Years of War
Spirituality in the age of terrorism
Jallianwala & Jinnah
Reparations: A Conversation Worth Having
Amritsar, 100 years on, remains an atrocity Britain cannot be allowed to forget
What Is Extradition?
Have Turkey’s Elections Produced a Challenger to Erdogan?
‘Curious Eyes Never Run Dry’
Two faces of democracy
Saving Northeastern Syria
When mining companies work abroad, should justice follow them home?
The force of peace in Algeria's protests
Biosecurity, Biological Weapons Nonproliferation, and Their Future
As I read about Sandra Day O’Connor, my admiration increased as much as my qualms
Can the U.S. Attain Foreign Policy Goals with 'Maximum Pressure' Campaigns?
The United States and Europe Since World War II
Is Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terror group as US says?
Turkish Democracy Is the Winner in These Momentous Local Elections
Iran’s Missile Defiance: Potential Threats to Europe, the Gulf, and Israel
Golan policy may invite Israel’s right to annex West Bank territory. That would spell disaster.
Binyamin Netanyahu: a parable of modern populism
This custom-built chateau cost $64 million -- but a court has ordered its owner to knock it down
Turmoil in Turkey's financial markets after currency crackdown
Turkey may be the spark that sets fire to the world economy
Trump’s Free-Speech Order Could Have Been Harsher. But Higher-Ed Leaders Still Don’t Approve.
Many Professors Want to Change Their Teaching but Don’t. One University Found Out Why.
The Two Sides of the Free-Speech ‘Crisis,’ in One Fox News Broadcast
How Japan is using an old German map to irk South Korea
Assessing the Post–July 15 Turkish Military: Operations Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch
The Lost Art of American Diplomacy
The strongmen strike back
The Golan Heights Should Stay Israeli Forever
Iraq's Kurds Weigh Their Options, Balancing the United States and Iran