Wesley K. Clark is a former NATO supreme allied commander. He is a senior fellow at the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations.
Give the Russian leader a stark choice—a return to normalcy for good behavior or even more economic punishment from the U.S.
To manage the rise of China and other illiberal forces, the U.S. and Europe need a new kind of alliance.
Probably not. Here’s why.
Advancing Democracy in the post-Bush era.
orturethe word evokes images of dark, damp dungeons and outlandish punishments and pain. But torture can take many forms, and it lives today. Incredibly, Americans are part of it. And we must put a stop to it. Torture is illegal, ineffective, and morally wrong. The United States has signed numerous treaties condemning torture and abjuring… Read more »