Jared Kushner has gotten yet another nepotistic gig leading the Trump administration’s coronavirus “shadow task force.” The problem is, he doesn’t know anything about COVID-19, just like he doesn’t know anything about immigration reform or Middle East peace.
Israeli society has ensured that stray cats in Tel Aviv don’t go hungry — while making sure the people of the Gaza Strip do.
Violence against women in Mexico, including femicides, has skyrocketed in recent years. And despite presiding over a gender-equal government and decrying machismo, AMLO has done little to address the growing epidemic.
The Central Intelligence Agency tortured captives by playing everything from Marilyn Manson to songs from Sesame Street.
When the United States sends Salvadoran immigrants back to their home country, it’s sending them back to the very violence they were trying to flee — and that the United States itself helped create.
A 35-year-old German boat captain has personally helped rescue more than a thousand migrants. But instead of offering her commendations, the Italian government is trying to throw her in jail for 20 years.
Today is International Roma Day. Long oppressed, the beleaguered minority group is facing intensifying racist attacks in Salvini's Italy.
A new book by an Israeli scholar dissects the extraordinary hold that the country's military — and militaristic ways of thinking — have on Israeli society, and the ideological myths that keep the project afloat.
Israel is beating Iran and Hezbollah hands down on the "bad activities" front.
Israel wants you to believe "Iranian-backed forces" are the threat to peace in the region. That's pure propaganda — it's Israeli aggression that we should really be worried about.
The modern border system is an oppressive structure that boosts corporate power and divides the haves and have-nots. We need to dismantle it.
A decade ago today, Israel launched “Operation Cast Lead” against the Gaza Strip. The military campaign took the lives of some 1,400 Palestinians, including more than three hundred children.
Suzy Hansen’s Notes on a Foreign Country asks its American readers to finally recognize their nation’s place in the world.
Friedman fires more volleys of cliche into the densely packed prejudices of his readers.
The Muslim community has been continuously reminded by the media since 9/11 that the primary duty of an acceptable Muslim is to continuously condemn the behavior of a tiny minority of coreligionists.
Of far more legitimate concern than the impending subversion of world order by greenwashed commie terrorists is, of course, that the fabrication of such threats contributes to a blanket delegitimization of environmental activism.
Violence has long been a part of the Lebanese landscape.