Once Hamas gets what it wants, it can resume extorting money from its subjects.
A chance for the U.S. and its allies to put pressure on Hizballah.
Centralization of power, perhaps as a prerequisite to reform.
The American public wouldn’t want al-Qaeda’s major supporter to have nuclear weapons.
A twenty-foot statue.
The idiots can be managed. But what happens when smart jihadists start showing up?
Changing the narrative won’t change reality.
The cult of Corbyn.
IS could invent ever more gruesome forms of murder, but it could not make a fighter plane or win the lasting allegiance of the majority. . .
And avoid writing about “sensationalist incidents involving migrants.”
An antidote to the politics of anger and competitive victimhood.
A counterpoint to the reconciliation deal.