Issues / War & Peace
The United States is ultimately chasing al-Qaeda, not the LRA, in East Africa. And this may end up abetting Yoweri Museveni's crackdown on Ugandan democracy.
One does not have to be a member of the Supreme Leader's fan club to be skeptical of the Iran assassination allegations.
The current U.S. strategy to confront its antagonists reflects a decade of missteps and misunderstandings.
Congress finally balks at feeding the exotic flowers in our national Giant Shop of Horrors: our nuclear weapons program.
The generals of Burma's ruling junta have set aside their uniforms, but they still resemble a military dictatorship.
The assumption of power by Syrian President Assad's father, Hafez, came at ironic cost to his own people, the Alawites.
A new book of oral histories gives voice to those who suffered from the curtailment of civil liberties after 9/11.
Alleged would-be assassin Manssor Arbabsiar may have been more interested in cashing in on a drug deal than pulling off acts of terrorism.
In the event of war, Iran's missiles could wreak havoc with Saudi Arabia.
Shifting the Iranian threat into high gear in time for the election.