Recent content from John Rash
Recent reports and events show the extent of Russia's political and media manipulation.
A pair of Minnesotans in Congress from opposite sides of the aisle agree that the decades-old U.S. policy is counterproductive.
Incoming, outgoing adjutant generals speak about geopolitics, service and the need for diversity in the ranks.
Leaks, investigative reporting and a special counsel consume Washington.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee has always lauded long-shot peacemaking efforts, many of which came to fruition.
New film depicts her historic win against Bobby Riggs: "I was very clear that this wasn't just a tennis match."
A stable nation and leader look to emerge further as a geopolitical force, but a rising right-wing party may mar the outcome.
Fake Facebook accounts bought ads that "appeared to favor amplifying divisive social and political messages."
Augsburg University forum's focus on "bridging divisions through dialogue" reflects the grass-roots effort needed for peacemaking.
Americans — and the news media — tune out of the enduring South Asian conflict even as military sacrifices continue.