The Middle East

The Forgotten Genocide

December 20, 2017 Brian Davis 0

This article appeared in another outlet and has been republished with the author’s permission. By Brian Davis The third day of August, 2014 is an unforgettable date for Iraq’s Yazidi religious minority. On this fateful […]

The Middle East

Kurdish Opposition Leader Arrested

December 19, 2017 Jackson Richman 5

By Jackson Richman This story has been updated with reaction by the State Department. Amid protests by Kurdish citizens, outraged by years of unpaid public sector salaries and austerity, opposition leader Shaswar Qadir of the New […]

The Middle East

Countering the Anti-Embassy Move Crowd

December 14, 2017 Isaac Simon 0

For many, myself included, the decision is a long time coming, and is one that will benefit U.S-Israel relations going forward. Critics of the move have called the decision inflammatory and shortsighted. […]

Asia

In Defense of the War in Afghanistan

November 27, 2017 Shep Gerszberg 0

By Shep Gerszberg The U.S.’s continued presence in Afghanistan has been maligned by critics of the Iraq war, the usual critics of U.S. interference abroad and multiple international observers culminating this past week with International […]