1. The Justice of Israel’s War in Gaza Will Depend on How It Ends Op Ed, Yesterday

    How to think about the moral complexities in the Israel-Gaza war.

  2. Shamima Begum, Who Joined ISIS as a Teen, Loses Latest Bid to Regain U.K. Citizenship Foreign, February 23

    An appeals court upheld a decision that means Ms. Begum, who has been living in a refugee camp in Syria since 2019, remains effectively stateless.

  3. U.S. Strike Killed Afghans Recruited to Fight for Iran Foreign, February 19

    Refugees who joined the largely overlooked Fatemiyoun Brigade to battle for Shiite Islam and escape crushing poverty had become a force in Tehran’s proxy wars.

  4. It’s Not Time for Our Troops to Leave the Middle East Op Ed, February 14

    Should U.S. troops stay in Syria and Iraq, or should they go? And if they stay, how does American leadership prevent these attacks from continuing?

  5. Under Gaza’s Shadow, Syria Faces a New Welter of Conflict Op Ed, February 8

    Fighting has surged on five fronts, bringing more misery to Syria’s people.

  6. The Elusive Dream of Owning a Home in New York City Metro, November 29

    For many middle- and working-class New Yorkers, it’s an even more distant possibility than it used to be.