CJ Werleman is a journalist, author, and analyst on conflict and terrorism.
Israel could make the world a safer place by coming clean about its nuclear arsenal.
The US is fast losing any moral authority it claims to have as its immigration policy plunges to inhumane depths.
The boycott by the Argentinian team has set a precedent for other football teams thinking of playing in Israel. A strong signal that Israeli crimes have consequences.
The growing relationship between Israel and Myanmar does not bode well for the citizens of either country.
If Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories is illegal—and it is—under international law, then by definition Palestinian resistance of that occupation is legitimate.
The recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel does not improve America's standing in the world nor does it bode well for peace in the Middle East. Why? Because that's not the point.
Revelations about torture from a former US prisoner, Ali al Marri, hasn't raised as much as an eyebrow in America. That shouldn't be a surprise, the President supports torture. And society is desensitised to claims of torture.
Syrian voices are often missing from the debates surrounding what the future of their country should look like. So what do Syrians think about a potential US strike on Syria?
The crowning achievement for the Assad regime will come as it attempts to alter the demographic reality in Syria with frightening consequences for many.
Propaganda distilled through western journalists mars the flow of information out of Syria, and helps the Assad regime escape accountability for its widely documented crimes.
Violence against Muslims is rarely labelled as "terrorism" but reputable scholarship on radicalisation and terrorism doesn't make a distinction between anti-Muslim violence and the violence perpetrated by groups like Daesh or Al Qaeda.
The Damascus suburb has been under siege by the Syrian regime since 2013. It is an ongoing humanitarian disaster that could become the next Aleppo.
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