Issues / War & Peace
Glenn Carle was interrogating a top al-Qaeda operative when he started to have doubts.
A new book on North Korea provides the context for understanding its nuclear program.
Humanitarian intervention in Libya and elsewhere has led to an intensification of human rights violations, the erosion of the UN's authority, and the expansion of the reach of great powers.
The military-industrial complex is driving America to the poorhouse.
It is official U.S. doctrine that defense, diplomacy and development are co-equal contributors to our security.
Apparently Debbie Schlussel seeks to be the 21st century version of misanthropic 20th century commentator Westbrook Pegler, who lamented the failure of FDR's would-be assassin.
Iraq is broken. Who should pay for the damage?
As with the debt-ceiling deal, there's no end to the largesse that the Obama administration bestows on the nuclear weapons program.
If the Bashir administration allows the Doha agreement to become a meaningless piece of paper, all semblance of regional trust could be destroyed.
Michael Swaine suggests concrete ways to improve U.S.-China relations.