by Justin Salhani May 22, 2015
While many Iraqis are “begrudgingly grateful” for their help, a lack of regional Arab support and the view that America is an “unreliable ally” leaves the country with little other choice than to turn to Iran.
by Judd Legum May 19, 2015
by Sam P.K. Collins May 18, 2015
Army officials want to be more proactive, meeting soldiers in the very environment where anxiety festers.
by Josh Israel May 17, 2015
Rubio repeatedly refused to answer Chris Wallace's simple question.
by Justin Salhani May 15, 2015
The responsibility of who fomented the rise of the Islamic State therefore falls on the shoulders of many actors, both American and Middle Eastern.
by Judd Legum May 14, 2015
On Monday, Fox News' Megyn Kelly asked Jeb Bush a simple question. Then the trouble started.
by Judd Legum May 11, 2015
"Knowing what we know now, would you have authorized the invasion?"
by Judd Legum May 1, 2015
"While no one condones looting, on the other hand, one can understand the pent-up feelings that may result from decades of repression."
by Justin Salhani Apr 22, 2015
IS’ predecessor, the Islamic State in Iraq (ISI), lost multiple leaders to U.S. airstrikes and the group appears to be buttressing its leadership by putting forward charismatic figureheads while the masterminds continue to operate in the shadows.
by Travis Waldron Mar 23, 2015
The two-time NBA MVP retired this weekend, leaving behind a legacy of speaking out on political issues from the Iraq War to the inclusion of gay athletes.