Stephan Guyenet argues that the sugar-only hypothesis lacks the evidence required to be taken seriously.
Yoni Freedhoff argues for balance and nuance in public health research - and messaging.
Experts debate whether we should understand international relations as a clash of civilizations, and if so, how we got there and what to do about it.
Emma Ashford argues that a clash of civilizations is neither inevitable nor desirable.
Paul Musgrave finds in clash of civilizations theory little more than an unseemly fantasy.
The Trump administration is not precisely Huntingtonian, says Alina Polyakova, and the differences matter.
Zack Cooper looks at Samuel Huntington's Clash of Civilizations and asks: Where's Asia in all of this?
Emma Ashford looks at the Trump administration's early foreign policy moves as they stand in relation to clash of civilizations theory.