The U.S. participates in a ritual that every other advanced democracy has abandoned and justice is rarely served
May 18th, 2015 2 comments
Adnan Khan explains why Hersh’s controversial story about the al Qaeda leader’s killing could be true—and demands our attention
May 15th, 2015 6 comments
With one of the bombers facing the death penalty, the marathon went on defiantly but still different than before
Inside the secular movement that’s fighting back against Pakistan’s militant Islamic preachers
Kurdish forces in Syria have turned the tide against Islamic State, but their ranks are becoming dangerously divided
January 30th, 2015 2 comments
President Ashraf Ghani is out to radically overhaul the badly divided country. Is it ready for him?
Adnan Khan on the rise of Islamic State, and how leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi went from virtual unknown to global threat
December 14th, 2014 1 comment
Chaos has been contained in Iraq. It could spell the beginning of the end of Islamic State.
Defections to Islamic State raise concerns that the group’s influence is spreading into other Arab Spring countries
Can the place where the revolution began make democracy work amid the chaos of the Middle East?
The country’s inaction has angered many in the international community and ignited violent demonstrations at home
October 15th, 2014 3 comments