In their final presidential debate, Donald Trump and Joe Biden should address US-Turkey relations and Erdoğan’s increasingly aggressive posture.
Richard Ghazal & Steven HowardOctober 21, 2020
It would truly horrific if once again another historic Eastern Christian people were to be ethnically cleansed and obliterated from their homeland as the world did nothing.
Alberto M. FernandezOctober 7, 2020
Comrade Duch’s genocidal exploits in the 1970s are the stuff of international infamy. Less-known, however, are his purported repentance and conversion to Christianity in the 1990s.
Ray CavanaughOctober 1, 2020
In “The Education of an Idealist,” Samantha Power comes across as a compassionate person with generous impulses. These attributes cannot by themselves determine policy on the question of humanitarian interventions.
David L. TubbsJuly 17, 2020
Embattled Christian communities throughout the Middle East still feel the reverberations of the Armenian Genocide.
Alex GalitskyJuly 1, 2020
World Refugee Day is an appropriate time to reflect on how policymakers should address these challenges while ensuring refugees have religious freedom.
Jeremy BarkerJune 29, 2020
At this moment, another genocide against Christians is silently unfolding in Nigeria.
Lela GilbertApril 21, 2020
It is interesting to reflect when a topic bursts into public view and comes to dominate public discussion: Why nationalism now?
William GalstonJanuary 16, 2020
The international community should renew the responsibility to protect and empower regional organizations to uphold it. Such would be a fitting remembrance of the Rwanda genocide.
Matt GobushApril 24, 2019
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