After New Nigerian War Crimes Allegations, U.S. Should Think Twice About Deeper Military Ties
June 04, 2015

Perhaps the U.S. should proceed with caution in the wake of the new Amnesty International report.

Could the Boston Marathon Bomber Receive a Fair Trial in Boston?
May 19, 2015

All Bostonians were affected by the attack. 

The Aesthetic Failure of 'Charlie Hebdo'
May 08, 2015

The French satirical magazine refuses to evolve, using a stale artistic strategy from the 1960s.

Pamela Geller Is Not "Morally Responsible" for the Terrorist Attack in Texas
May 07, 2015

The defense of free expression should become stronger in the face of violent threats, not weaker.  

How Did Everybody Suddenly Become an Expert on French Visual Satire?
May 06, 2015

'Charlie Hebdo' is a complicated issue, so it's worth going to informed sources, not instant experts.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Sentencing Is Putting Everyone Through Hell
April 27, 2015

We shouldn't have to relive terrorist acts in such graphic detail to determine their punishment.

The Supreme Court Needs to Decide: Can Victims Sue Chiquita For Sponsoring Terrorism?
April 09, 2015

How much can U.S. companies get away with abroad? 

U.S. Prosecutors Have Risked a Show Trial for the Chance to Execute Dzhokar Tsarnaev
April 08, 2015

Was putting Boston through this trial worth it, when the defense would have agreed to a life sentence? 

How Islamic Is the Islamic State? Not at All.
March 12, 2015

What The Atlantic magazine got wrong about ISIS.

The Islamic State Is Losing Iraq
February 27, 2015

A report from the war-torn country.