Because it does, US withdrawal may be the surest path to peace.
If the aim of the peace process is to resolve the conflict properly, then only this approach tackles the root of the problem.
History shows that the US gave them up for good reason.
Used wisely, talks provide leverage, not appeasement.
The 1970s energy crisis shocked us into action. Then we resumed bad habits.
Elite schools are dropping it, striking a blow to public education.
Critics say the memorial smacks of totalitarian art.
Aid groups have a responsibility to consider the impact of their programs on local culture.
Amid democratic recession, the US must rethink its freedom agenda.
Drug use is up, and Colombian farmers are unfairly targeted. Let's overhaul counternarcotics.
When my 4-year-old unleashed it, I finally realized I need to stop this verbal tic.
California's ruling may point toward 'marriage unions' as a solution.
Education isn't just a ticket to a better job. It's a vital safeguard of democracy.
Even Europeans are worried about this trend.
Surrendering it to Syria could imperil Israel and the US.
Violence is rooted in the flawed 1943 power-sharing pact.
You might as well poll left-handed divorcées.
I'm no fan, but it's my patriotic duty. At home, let's lift debate via comity.
For Al Qaeda, the answer – and the implication – is clear.
The National Solidarity Program empowers local people, but risks underfunding.