President Biden’s Biggest Blunder

In announcing that the United States will pause delivery of 3,500 bombs to Israel, President Biden has the laudable motive…


At Victory Day Parade, Putin Seeks to Keep Ukraine in the Distance

A fighter fly-past returned to Russia’s World War II commemorations, where President Vladimir V. Putin permitted himself a single reference…


Pete McCloskey, Republican Who Tried to Unseat Nixon, Is Dead at 96

A liberal, antiwar California congressman, he had defeated Shirley Temple Black in a special election before launching a long-shot bid…


In Meeting With Xi, E.U. Leader Takes Tough Line on Ukraine War

Ursula Von der Leyen, the European Commission president, pushed Beijing to help rein in Russia’s war in Ukraine after meeting…


One Photo That Captures the Loss in Gaza

An American surgeon who volunteered in Gaza sent me a photo that sears me with its glimpse of overwhelming grief:…


Israel, Gaza and the Law on Starvation in War

A complex legal question became more pressing after a statement from the U.N. human rights chief.


U.N. report says rebuilding all the homes destroyed in Gaza could take 80 years.

Rebuilding all the homes destroyed by Israel’s military offensive in the Gaza Strip could take until the next century if…


Why Are Movies so Bad at Making Civil War Look Scary?

The filmmaker has made it clear that “Civil War” is a warning. Instead, the ugliness of war comes across as…


Biden Confers With Netanyahu on a Possible Cease-Fire and Hostage Deal

President Biden spoke with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Sunday to discuss the prospects of a possible cease-fire…


Monday Briefing

The latest push for a cease-fire in Gaza.

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