The Deadly Collateral Damage from ISIS


by Graham E. Fuller Enthusiasts for US or NATO intervention to destroy ISIS are lining up—especially among those who have never shrunk from any US military intervention in the Middle East. Some even invoke a call for initiating a “World… Continue Reading  

The Folly of World War IV


by Andrew Bacevich Assume that the hawks get their way — that the United States does whatever it takes militarily to confront and destroy ISIS. Then what?

The Abrams Attack on Kerry


by Ali Gharib Elliott Abrams is a liar and, it turns out, a coward. Abrams penned the latest installment in a string of articles by right-wing pro-Israel hacks calling Secretary of State John Kerry an anti-Semite. Abrams’s headline was entirely… Continue Reading  

Terrorism in Colorado and Paris


by Paul R. Pillar The lethal armed attack by a troublesome drifter against a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs brings to mind two insufficiently recognized patterns about political violence and specifically terrorism, and how such violence tends to get… Continue Reading  

On European Hysteria in the Aftermath of the Paris Attacks


by Sajjad Safaei In the days after Germanwings copilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately slammed his aircraft into the mountains and killed all 150 people on board, chilling details began to emerge about what really went on in the cockpit of the… Continue Reading