Is the conservative inability to coalesce around a Romney alternative a technological problem?
We may be closer to war with Iran than most Americans realize.
Is the former speaker about to go postal?
By introducing moral imagination to the foreign-policy conversation, the Republican candidate is doing the nation an important service.
The award should have gone to the thing that empowered last year's wave of protest: the Internet.
For all the advances and wonders of our global era, Christians, Jews, and Muslims seem ever more locked in mortal combat. But history suggests a happier outcome for the Peoples of the Book. As technological evolution has brought communities, nations, and faiths into closer contact, it is the prophets of tolerance and love that have prospered, along with the religions they represent. Is globalization, in fact, God’s will?