The majority of Iranian civil society supports the West.
There are a number of similarities between the tactics of al Qaeda, the Taliban and ISIS.
A commission appointed by the Indian government concluded in 2005 that the violence was organized by government officials.
The reality in Djibouti is far worse than how it’s being reported.
The idea of working with Iran against IS only appeals to the gullible and the naïve.
Mexican society continues to be convulsed by the crisis triggered by the killing of six and disappearance of 43 citizens in the small city of Iguala, Guerrero.
Evading Congress, even when it is adverse, is not the way to secure our nation or fix our political system.
Rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo enjoy complete impunity in their vicious attacks on civilians.
To have a real impact, we must be willing to fail.
The mirror image of the violence caused by the Islamic State is the savagery and brutality of Iran’s proxy terrorist militias in Iraq.