The Israeli system warrants just as much active international opposition as the South African system did.
Most of the so-called "new powers" aren't nearly as powerful as they seem.
Why the most successful route to reaching a nuclear deal with Tehran may be through Pretoria.
Moscow and Beijing vetoing the UN resolution on Syria was not surprising. Rising democracies supporting it was.
How Palestinians are eschewing the example of Osama bin Laden and embracing that of Nelson Mandela.
The neocons are wrong. Sanctions and diplomacy—not the threat of force—induce leaders to give up nukes.
The word is undeniably inflammatory. But by any definition, the subjugation of occupied Palestinians is apartheid.
Russia and China cast the vetoes. But Western governments killed the Syria resolution.
Gandhi cuts a saintly figure in the modern imagination. Joseph Lelyveld’s controversial biographical account presents a more dispassionate perspective of the Father of the Indian Nation. An exaggerated creation myth is revealed.
The Israelis are using the settlement issue to get back Jonathan Pollard, one of the worst traitors in U.S. history.
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