Before Buttigieg, Boozer compared the civil-rights struggle to the fight for gay and lesbian rights.
Trump erred by bringing Israel into his Twitter attack against the “squad.”
For those born into a form of adversity, sometimes the hardest thing to do is admitting that they’ve won.
He can deliver us from a scandal-plagued presidency and transform the relationship between gay and straight America.
American commitments to Asian and European allies require more risk and sacrifice.
A reporter with Der Spiegel fabricated information in more than a dozen articles—most of which were meant to reveal America’s brutality.
The nation’s recent intake of migrants from places where anti-Semitism is ubiquitous has produced a scary tension—and one that’s not easy to resolve.
How one journalist’s predicament illustrates a paradoxical aspect of Washington’s relationship to tolerance
The gay-rights group's baffling award to Bill Clinton is the latest sign that it has outlived its usefulness.
Even after most of the world participated in the Libyan intervention or at least accepted it, why does the land of Nelson Mandela still appear to support Brother Leader?
In Provincetown, foreign workers are saving the tourism industry
The political legacy of opposition to apartheid has devolved into hostility toward the West -- and sympathy for anyone else engaged in "anti-imperial struggle"
In interviews and in his memoir, the former Secretary of Defense defends the Uzbek government -- and himself -- over a 2005 incident that left hundreds of unarmed protesters dead
Why liberal internationalists shouldn't be thrilled about the Powell endorsement