What's really involved in snuffing out a country’s nuclear capabilities—and is that the right war to be waging?
The world today is far more complex than it was 200 years ago, but the speeches and writings of the Founding Fathers point to a common general principle.
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North Korea has a long history of making bellicose threats that defy global norms. So does that mean the country's leaders are irrational, and will act irrationally?
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Civil wars are a particularly brutal type of conflict. Warring sides are trapped inside a single border, the fighting can last decades, and peace may not last once the fighting stops.
This week's Comment of the Week is about an interesting divide between political reality and our technology. See what else we liked! Did you make the cut?
Being too optimistic can have real drawbacks, according to a new study that looks at expectations of life that are not grounded in reality.
Considering that the United States remains the world's only superpower, that begs the question: How informed are Americans when it comes to their country's vast global power?
A recent study looks at whether collective apologies on behalf of countries may inspire hope that can lead to reconciliation.