For all its myriad faults, Pakistan has been a reliable ally of the United States since 1947.
The Olympic truce struck at the North Korean/South Korean border is a gold medal bargain.
Letter writers also way in on ODOT’s relationship to the recent sandbag death case and ISIS.
There are many reasons for the United States to fight to keep the alliance with Pakistan.
Uprising in Iran that crosses geographic, sociological, and even religious lines.
Trump’s approach of “principled realism” isn’t a bad guide.
We must be willing to give a portion of our individual lives, fortunes, and sacred honor for the freedoms we cherish.
We must end the ability of big corporations to dominate our political efforts, writes Ellen Greene Bush of Port Clinton.
Keith Burris and Wynne Everett also discuss recent developments in Iran and North Korea.
North and South Korean reconciliation is suddenly not a pipe dream.