The United States cannot militarily extricate itself from Iraq without massively benefitting Iran
William RobertsFebruary 16, 2024
While there are notable differences, ISIS and Hamas are more similar than they are different
Max ProwantJanuary 18, 2024
Christians in the Middle East have much to fear from speaking out about violence against Israel
Richard GhazalOctober 31, 2023
American Christians must understand that morally equivocating on the Hamas-Israel conflict is not a virtue
Alan DowdOctober 26, 2023
The systemic problems in nations like Iraq and Afghanistan offer lessons to Americans about our own nation
James RowellMay 23, 2023
Videogames today increasingly seek to enlist a new generation of keyboard warriors and toy soldiers.
Steven TuckerMarch 1, 2023
Tolerating the crimes by Azerbaijan is no different from tolerating crimes of ISIS. Signing deals with Azerbaijan is akin to signing deals with ISIS.
Uzay BulutDecember 5, 2022
As President-elect Joe Biden pivots to the all-important work of governing, those of us who teach and write about foreign policy are pivoting to the less-important work of forecasting how a Biden administration might steer the ship of state.
Alan DowdDecember 7, 2020
Failure to recognize the religious dimensions in the present conflicts of Nigeria’s Middle Belt divorces us from the complex realities of concrete human life.
Paul MarshallNovember 23, 2020
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