There Are No Good Options In Syria, So Maybe We Shouldn’t Do Anything

The United States has several options in Syria. None of them are good and one of them would be disastrous.

ISIS is Winning

The United States and Europe are giving everything the perpetrators of the Paris attacks hoped for.

ISA v. Blogs

White House ‘Strongly Condemns’ Egypt Massacre

The Obama administration has issued a strongly worded statement on this morning’s massacre by the Egyptian government.

Institutional Clash in Egypt

They are playing the game without rules in Egypt.

Egypt’s “Stupid” Transition

Sequencing matters.

Syria and the Do Something Syndrome

Ousting evil dictators is harder than it looks.

Copyright Law and Higher Education

Academic publishers want to end the Fair Use of scholarly journal articles in the classroom.

Andrew Bacevich: Three Harpies?

Andrew Bacevich refers to Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, and Samantha Power as “the Three Harpies.”

Trust vs. Outsourcing Judgment

Modern life requires us to put a high degree of trust in those to whom we delegate responsibility

Debating Afghanistan

Arab Agenda