The Middle East & Beyond
Peter Berger, RIP
Remembering the man: scholar, husband, parent, colleague, and friend.
Leaving Paris in the Springtime
Trump’s Paris agreement pullout isn’t the calamity the global warming chorus has made it out to be, but it does point to a big missed opportunity for the United States.
Piracy on the Cyber Seas
How the disintermediation and hyperconnectivity afforded by the cyber revolution threaten the order of the commons, and thus the Westphalian state system itself.
The Trump Cult?
Is the movement that elected Donald Trump President of the United States a cult?
An Editor's Tale Notes on “Notes on Cost Disease”
Not long ago TAI published (online and in the print magazine) an essay by Scott Alexander called “Notes on Cost Disease.” This essay originated as an extended blog post from the author and, like a lot of blog posts, it was written in a personal, loosely structured way. The author, whose real name I came […]
Khan Sheikhoun, Shayrat Air Base, and Now What?
I wrote my first response to the U.S. cruise missile attack on Shayrat Air Base on April 7, 2017, at 2:30 p.m. EDT—in other words, about 18 hours after the attack. A great deal more has happened since, and it is in the nature of a crisis that this be so. One of the characteristics […]