You know there’s a problem when a UN entity has a clearer view of the dangers than the White House.
Al-Qaeda, Islamic State, and others are surging.
If you withdraw while the enemy still has the will to fight, this is called “defeat.”
Now a museum, the synagogue was meticulously restored . . .
President Biden decided to unfreeze funds taken from Afghanistan’s central bank after the Taliban takeover.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, terrorists don’t moderate just because they have to fulfil the normal obligations of civic governance.
A global anti-American alliance.
People decided they no longer wanted to live with those who weren’t exactly like themselves.
The senator joins our foreign-policy columnist to talk about America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, and how the nation’s short memory imperils its security.
The first Islamist group to congratulate the Taliban for its victory.
The victims were targeted as Americans. Why hasn’t that blunt and inescapable fact been placed at the center of our account twenty years later?
Will the desire to recreate imperial Persia outweigh shared hostility to the U.S.?