Issues / War & Peace
After reporting on the World Trade Center attacks for Canadian Broadcasting, Ian Williams wrote a heretofore unpublished account.
This is, of course, the week before the tenth anniversary of the day that "changed everything."
Islamist militants pull off successful operations for a mere pittance.
Israeli security forces report that they have arrested at least 100 suspected members of Hamas, claiming to have foiled multiple bombing and kidnapping plots.
Despite ruling Burma for decades, its military isn't as strong as you'd think.
A more stable U.S.-China relationship is needed to avoid great-power conflict in the South China Sea.
When the Cold War ended, many believed there would be a peace dividend, nuclear disarmament, and dismantling of the war machine with industrial conversion to peaceful technology. Instead, we've witnessed the aggressive expansion of NATO, to include the former Soviet Republics, right up to the Russian border, which should be a wake-up call to many living in the American Empire.
When accused of killing too many civilians during their airstrikes on Yemen, the Saudis asked for drones to improve accuracy.
The U.S. Institute for Peace wants to change its name. What's the matter with peace all of the sudden?
As with Saddam Hussein and his regime in Iraq, states may conclude that the fate of Qaddafi was sealed the day he gave up nuclear weapons.