War monuments and memorials are a source of contention in the United States. It’s time to reimagine the ways we memorialize the heroes and victims of war.
In its first six weeks, the Trump administration has been actively demonizing the mainstream media and the courts. This could be an ominous sign of what is to come.
Viral fake-news stories like Pizzagate are having a surprisingly significant influence, and they are only going to proliferate.
A Trump presidency would mean the end of diplomacy as we know it.
A disproportionate number of mass killings in the U.S. have been committed by military veterans. We should be asking ourselves why.
I was fascinated to learn from an October 2015 article in the Independent newspaper the little-known fact that British “prime ministers leave secret instructions for nuclear missile submarine captains to follow in the event of a nuclear war.” It continued: “These orders are sealed in a letter only to be opened if the United Kingdom is destroyed. These instructions can either be to launch a nuclear attack, to …