The United States still has a critical leadership role to play in the Middle East—the Abraham Accords were only a starting point.
Connor Pfeiffer & Emily MillikenNovember 23, 2022
In late winter and early spring 1947, Reinhold Niebuhr visited Europe and wrote short editorials for Christianity and Crisis as he traveled. In the following correspondences, the first coming from Scotland and the second coming from somewhere in the United Kingdom, he offers brief reflections on different current events.
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Reinhold NiebuhrMarch 30, 2022
In recent days, the Iranian regime brutally cracked down on protests in Esfahan province against growing water shortages. Some observers argue that the origins of the water crisis in Iran are climate change and a drastic drop in precipitation. However, the reasons for the crisis go deeper.
Farhad RezaeiDecember 3, 2021
The Palestinian Authority has rejected desperately needed COVID-19 vaccines from Israel, and Palestinians deserve better from their leaders.
Mariam WahbaJuly 19, 2021
Beijing aspires to be the new, responsible superpower that can mediate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and offer the Middle East stability.
Jianli YangJune 10, 2021
Catholics have a unique and urgent responsibility to confront antisemitism wherever they find it.
Shannon WalshJune 7, 2021
A substantial uptick in anti-Semitic rhetoric and attacks has occurred from Los Angeles to New York, and abroad in London and elsewhere.
Jimmy R. LewisJune 4, 2021
Just war should aim at a better peace. It is unclear how a Palestinian war against Israel would do that in Palestine, Israel, or the region.
Paul D. MillerMay 26, 2021
Leila Khaled, a notorious terrorist leader, was again prevented from speaking virtually at a California public university-sponsored event.
Cliff SmithMay 18, 2021