Foreigners
Foreigners
Dec. 7 2015 5:04 PMVenezuela Has Just Begun to FightHugo Chavez’s legacy just suffered a huge defeat. But the political opposition’s toughest days are still ahead.
Nov. 29 2015 9:02 PMClaimedWhen Castro took power, Americans fled Cuba and left a lot of property behind. Now the claims on these contested holdings—land, buildings, cars and more—are exciting speculators and could stand in the way of reconciliation.
Nov. 25 2015 11:44 AMWe Need a Mature and Stable Political Situation in Our Country”An interview with Myanmar Gen. Min Aung Hlaing.
Nov. 19 2015 2:00 PMHow Putin Has Turned the Paris Attacks to His AdvantageThe Russian president has made his country indispensable once again.
Nov. 16 2015 5:03 PMHow Not to Overreact to ISISFrance already knows what to do to successfully fight terrorism, but the political climate is going to make that very difficult.
Nov. 16 2015 9:49 AMWhy Did the Killers Target the Eagles of Death Metal Concert?They attacked a young, multiethnic, bohemian vision of Paris that they cannot comprehend.
Nov. 14 2015 6:34 PMHow to Regain Control of EuropeExtremists can't be allowed to capitalize on the continent's insecurity.
Nov. 14 2015 11:33 AMThe War We Need to FightThe West must fight Islamophobia and Islamist terrorism with the same unwavering resolve.
Nov. 13 2015 1:50 PMSyria’s Refugee Crisis Is Now a European EmergencyIf Europe doesn’t act fast, the EU will fall victim to the far right.
Nov. 10 2015 2:04 PMThe Little Country Leading the Way in Europe’s Refugee Crisis Serbia may be small, but it understands what is needed from its own dark days.
Oct. 29 2015 6:32 PMUkraine’s Second FrontRussia isn’t the only threat. Kiev is also fighting a war against corruption.
Oct. 16 2015 4:34 PMAuthoritarianism’s Fellow TravelersThe Soviet Union had “useful idiots.” Vladimir Putin has an array of European allies willing to advance his cause.
Sept. 30 2015 6:26 PMAbbas’ Bold, Empty, Self-Defeating MoveThe Palestinian leader says he will no longer abide by the Oslo Accord. Netanyahu must be thrilled.
Sept. 24 2015 1:05 PMSmooth TalkerChinese President Xi Jinping has never met a country he didn’t like.
Sept. 15 2015 1:52 PMSo Long, FarewellAustrians have generously stepped up to help Syria’s refugees. But it is the country’s far right that may benefit most.
Dec. 4 2015 10:14 PMAt War With an IdeaWhat if the freedom to bear arms is also the freedom to be a jihadi?
Nov. 25 2015 1:59 PMPutin’s Spin CycleHow the Russian media are fitting the downing of the Russian jet fighter into a wider conspiracy theory.
Nov. 24 2015 5:50 PMBordering on WarWhy Vladimir Putin never thought Turkey would make good on its threats.
Nov. 17 2015 5:32 PMISIS Will Become More Deadly Before It DiesWhen terrorists lose ground, they typically lash out with greater violence.
Nov. 16 2015 11:01 AMWhy the Paris Terrorists Couldn’t Be StoppedFrench authorities have too many suspects to track and too many targets to protect. 
Nov. 14 2015 8:06 PMThe Easy Days Are OverAfter Paris, this period of relative peace and easy libertarianism is coming to an end.
Nov. 14 2015 2:53 PMWhy These Attacks Could Become More CommonThe murder of innocent civilians in Paris is horrendous. But this type of terrorism may soon be less rare.
Nov. 14 2015 11:14 AMFive Things to Know About the Paris AttackWhat the Paris attack tells us about ISIS—and will the United States be next?
Nov. 10 2015 3:19 PMNetanyahu’s New Head of Public Diplomacy Is a Terrible DiplomatWhy can’t Israel’s prime minister hire someone who hasn’t called Obama an anti-Semite?   
Nov. 4 2015 9:40 PMA New, Scarier Phase in the War Against ISISIf the group really did put a bomb on that Russian plane, we’re in big trouble.
Oct. 21 2015 10:35 AMIsrael’s Man-Made CrisisBenjamin Netanyahu stoked the hatred that is now erupting in violence.
Oct. 14 2015 2:20 PMIsrael’s Cycle of ViolenceThere’s no excuse for recent attacks. But it shouldn’t shock anyone that Israel’s harsh occupation and abuse provokes Palestinians.
Sept. 28 2015 11:13 AMPutin’s Real Mission in SyriaIt’s more about projecting strength at home than influencing global events.
Sept. 16 2015 10:29 AMJeremy Corbyn’s Dangerous FantasiesThe new leader of Britain’s Labour Party doesn’t much care for democratic politics.
Sept. 10 2015 9:57 AMBusiness as UsualThe horrors of Europe’s migrant crisis are just another part of the new global economy.

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