The Polish government’s restriction on speech concerning the Holocaust, in combination with recent racial tensions, raises dark and disturbing questions.
The Libyan Intervention and its Broader Implications
President Barack Obama’s deviation from the general U.S. non-interventionist trend led to severe, enduring consequences.
Using France as a case study for the growing “Alt-Left” in Europe and North America demonstrates that this movement is a strong contender in our current political sphere.
What Trump Can Learn from Prime Minister Modi
The Indian Prime Minister should be Trump’s gold standard for leadership.
The Nuclear Threat: Flaws in the U.S. Stance
Despite the growing threat of nuclear war, the U.S. continues to reject feasible movements toward international peace.