In the current Gaza crisis, the vast disparity of casualties, with at least 176 Palestinians killed, 70 percent of whom were civilians and half were women and children, while luckily no Israelis have been killed, provides perhaps the best indicator of who is paying the price.
We can both ease the current system of sanctions we have imposed on Cuba, and at the same time accelerate the momentum for reform on the island.
Adding more boots on the ground would do little or nothing to stem the flow of children across the border.
Ghani is America’s friend in a way that Karzai never was.
Who takes the office to govern this city, at the crossroads between east and west trade, matters far beyond the borders of Georgia.
The recent military coup in Thailand threatens the future of democracy in one of Southeast Asia’s most pivotal countries.
It’s particularly insidious that Goodlatte so deceptively blames the humanitarian crisis at America’s southwest border on the administration’s “lack of commitment to enforcing immigration laws.”
The dissidents have extensive contacts on the ground in Iran and are potential strategic assets for Washington and its allies against Tehran.
Afghanistan is building the capacity to exploit and market its resources to its own advantage.
The government of Azerbaijan is the main obstacle to peace.