The Committee to Protect Journalists just gave Donald Trump its award for Undermining Global Press Freedom, making a mockery of its supposed mission.
Embracing a dictator fits into the Left’s authoritarian narrative about the president, but supporting the army in Egypt is America’s only rational choice.
Brookings Institute Senior Fellow Shadi Hamid joins this episode to explain the current political chaos in the Middle East.
As ISIS loses ground in Syria and Iraq, there is increasing concern that militants will flee to nearby countries and terror cells to regroup.
By participating in the UN Resolution 2334, despite ties to Israel, the U.S. signaled that it is an unreliable ally. Who will trust us now?
Throughout the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Israeli athletes have been faced with stark anti-Semitism.
A new book on the Arab Spring and its ‘Rage for Order’ suggests some discomfiting lessons for those who think America is immune to dictatorships and dangerous populist revolts.
Egypt’s leaders are trying to steer the country toward moderate interpretations of Islam. But if the people don’t support that movement, it could lead to serious conflict.
The message from several world leaders who attended the Paris unity rally on Sunday: We’re sorry blasphemy got you killed. Usually our punishments for it aren’t that bad.
We are so over with being impressed by this president.
All the reasonable advice that hasn’t been transmitted to Vladimir—and why he’s not going to listen to it.
After yet another bloody weekend around the world, it’s time for us to speak frankly about who’s killing Christians and why.
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