Pax Kissinger

Remembering America’s most (in)famous diplomat.

Why Henry Kissinger Will Never Be Forgiven

He helped America win the fight against communism.

Qatar Sees Opportunity in Israel’s Hostage Crisis

The Gulf monarchy’s longtime links to Hamas make it a questionable, but perhaps vital, middleman.

A Day of Ire

What led to the largest riot in Ireland in decades.

A Weekend on the Edge

Plus: A look at the presidential election in Argentina.

On Morality and Restraint

‘Israel’s campaign isn’t a police action to arrest criminals—it is war.’

Autumn of War

Has Ukraine’s war against Russia turned into a stalemate?

TikTok Democrats and 4Chan Republicans

Civilization and its discontents.

Here Xi Comes

Joe Biden and Xi Jinping reunite in California.

Inside Ukraine’s Revolutionary Warfare

Low-cost DIY technology is changing how battles are fought.

Thousands March for Israel

‘This is our family. They’re our mishpacha. It runs through our veins.’

Approximate Response

As Iran strikes American bases, the U.S. retaliates against Tehran’s proxies.

What Calls for a Ceasefire Miss

Israel views its fight against Hamas as an existential battle.

Tearing Up Treaties

Russia snubs NATO and the West again (and again).

Why China Is So Eager to Foment Antisemitism

Spreading Jew-hatred helps distract from its own sins.

Hezbollah Plays the Waiting Game

The Iranian-backed group continues to tease involvement in the Israel-Hamas war.