It is disheartening to see that these tragedies ... give way to ... a war of insults where the goal is not to understand, but to score points.
Has the United States lost its initiative? Is it no longer able to lead the world?
If we no longer have a common language to understand each other, there is only confusion and, of course, irrational anger.
[T]he coming presidential election ... will determine 'which America' voters want.
If Trump loses, the Democratic president will not be handed an America minus Trump, but rather Trump’s America.
The test remains in the hands of the Salvadoran government.
Israeli Jews have to embrace our American counterparts; we have to hold them tightly, for to exclude them because of who they marry is ultimately self-defeating.
In the White House sits a man who ... insults, demonizes and stigmatizes opponents as enemies of the United States.
The U.S. needs politicians and academics with a broader strategic vision and greater insight and responsibility.