When we judge others, malevolent acts outweigh virtuous ones, but when judging ourselves, it's just the opposite
The regime deliberately instigated disorder in an attempt to deligitimize the protesters. Did it work?
How can the U.S. promote social change without opening the gates to anti-American forces?
As a liberal, the president can push conservative policies and escape with relatively little criticism
They're bloody, expensive, and often fail. But, some conflicts meet our approval.
Want to cut waste and inefficiency? Look no further than the Department of Homeland Security
The lives of those who died in 2010 were often connected in profound ways, both expected and surprising
How 43 U.S. soldiers gave their lives to help save 100,000 people
The urge to retaliate fades dramatically when the moral lines become blurred and confusing
The anthem, first published in The Atlantic Monthly 150 years ago, mirrors how the country feels about war
What will the rise of China mean for U.S. national identity?
The way wars are fought is diverging. On one side, countries are using machines to deliver death. On the other, humans now carry bombs themselves
England's amazing victory over Pakistan this week may be overshadowed by allegations of a fixed match
After all, it's an international peacemaker
Why public opinion will view the war as just another failed nation building mission
The War in Afghanistan has left Americans both divided and confused