The Trial of Robert D. Kaplan
April 25, 2013
The Atlantic writer's apologia for Henry Kissinger is incoherent and amoral all at once.
On-the-ground reporting from the journalist who was just released after a year in captivity.
November 20, 2009
For years, advocates of climate-change legislation have struggled to find a sales pitch that will sway even the most hardened of skeptics. Polar bears, green jobs, urgent pleas to think of the grandkids … none of them have quite done the trick. But recently, a new argument has come to the fore: the national security case for cutting carbon emissions. At a hearing in October, Senate Democrats invited military leaders and strategists to speak about both the dangers of America’s oil dependency and the potential for rising temperatures to create new security threats around the globe.