by Joe Romm Jul 23, 2015
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley linked climate change to the rise of ISIS. Conservatives pounced. But experts agree with O'Malley.
by Justin Salhani Jul 14, 2015
While certain critics were pushing for unfettered access to Iran’s nuclear sites, Brom said, “it never works that way.”
by Justin Salhani Jul 10, 2015
China meanwhile claims that keeping Uighurs under the state’s thumb is a terrorism issue.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 1, 2015
ISIS' lack of deference for the holy month is the least of its transgressions.
by Igor Volsky & Victoria Fleischer Jun 4, 2015
"I say, 'can you explain to me, where in Islam you can burn someone alive?' He couldn’t."
by Beenish Ahmed May 29, 2015
Signatories to the resolution vowed to “stand up against attacks on the cultural heritage of any country as attacks on the common heritage of humanity as a whole,”
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 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 Justin Salhani May 8, 2015
The notion that the Islamic State is operating an intricate network of operatives in the U.S. appears to be overblown but that doesn’t mean that attacks like the one in Garland are out of the question.
by Justin Salhani May 6, 2015
The country was witness to a brutal civil war that lasted 15 years and security and stability is still not a concept the population associates with their homeland.