Nicolas Mulder’s “The Economic Weapon” has important lessons for America following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Connor PfeifferMarch 20, 2023
With crimes against humanity now on NATO’s doorstep, Westerners are focusing on human rights with concern and alarm not seen since the Cold War. As we do, we must admit that the West’s post-Cold War precepts and priorities downplayed human dignity and human suffering.
Anne R. PierceMay 6, 2022
The Negev Summit puts a question mark on Iran’s plan to use its navy for anti-access, area-denial (A2/AD) warfare against its adversaries.
Farhad RezaeiApril 22, 2022
On March 29 right outside Imam Reza Stadium, the Islamic regime pepper-sprayed women who bought game tickets to watch the World Cup qualifying match between Iran and Lebanon. Such stirringly poignant treatment of women in Iran is not unprecedented.
Siavash GholamiApril 19, 2022
In the Free World’s multifaceted response to Putin’s war, a blueprint for a global alliance of democracies is emerging.
Alan DowdApril 14, 2022
When we bandy about “war crimes,” “assassination,” and other terms, we ought to consider what we are talking about and, if appropriate, what the available mechanisms for justice are.
Eric PattersonMarch 31, 2022
The money that China receives from trade with Europe, America, and Japan can help Russia continue its attack on Ukraine. So the West must consider how to impose costs on Beijing so that it stops supporting Russia economically.
Wen JianMarch 15, 2022
To prevent wars from spiraling out of control, an off-ramp is essential. Allowing Vladimir Putin to save face can save lives.
Alan DowdMarch 9, 2022
Germany does not love her neighbor when she rejects Ukraine’s plea for defensive weapons.
Christian Nikolaus BraunFebruary 23, 2022