The world's 10 most affected countries are spending up to 59% of their GDP on the effects of violence.
The ability to interact peacefully and voluntarily provides individuals a better quality of life.
Despite potential good intentions, interventionist policies are often viewed by classical liberals as violations of individual freedoms.
Does the President get to decide when to ignore the law?
A second step is to determine where violence concentrates and who is most at risk.
In 1919, Woodrow Wilson attempted to rally the U.S. behind the League of Nations. His failure suggested the way forward.
A study of 323 uprisings against repressive regimes yields stunning insights.
Changing people's minds isn't how we end polarization. Tolerance is the gateway to peaceful coexistence.
For the Japanese in World War II, surrender was unthinkable. So unthinkable that many soldiers continued to fight even after the island nation eventually did surrender.
Following World War I, President Woodrow Wilson nearly died trying to ensure world peace.
The incredible story of a scientist who survived gulags, fighting to change his country and physics.