Putin’s blackmail is dangerous; its success would be even worse.
The Ukrainians will win if they keep getting better weapons.
Victoria Obidina’s account of her mistreatment in the Russian prison system is just one of thousands of reports of war crimes in Ukraine.
A new entrant into the literature of conflict attends to gossipy intimacy as much as to beatings and bombings.
Ordinary people, when seduced by violent ideologies, can be extraordinarily brutal.
A strategy to restore America’s military deterrence
The island’s people seem blissfully oblivious of a looming conflict with China. The U.S. can’t afford that luxury.
Without congressional action, the tens of thousands of Afghans we evacuated to the United States may be deported in the coming year.
Aid to Ukrainian forces is achieving more than the long U.S. intervention in Afghanistan did.
The Afghan journalist Bushra Seddique on America, gratitude, and fried turkey
Russia’s war on Ukraine has given us just a peek of the world to come.
Recent advances in military technology may push us closer to the edge.
The West cannot assume that the Russian leader will be a rational actor on nukes if he sees his nation and regime under existential threat.
Leaders shouldn’t give in to Putin’s nuclear rhetoric.
We just forgot to fear them.
What happened when one Afghan family was forced to make a life-altering decision with no time to think
I asked several experts to share the indicators they’re tracking most closely to determine whether Russian nuclear use in Ukraine is imminent—and to help us all separate the signal from the noise.
The president’s rhetoric will encourage Putin to test American resolve.
The country is, once again, the worst place in the world to be a woman.
Yielding to Putin’s blackmail would be folly.