Issues / War & Peace
The Oslo terrorist took aim at multiculturalism, not Muslims.
Every political extremist has his own mentor whose writings he uses to rationalize his attacks.
Will U.S. miscalculations drive these two occasional adversaries closer together?
A Washington nonprofit funnels money from Pakistan's ISI to lobby Congress on Kashmir.
If the U.S. and Latin American governments don't respond to outraged reactions to the Drug War, they may have another war on their hands -- with their own enraged citizens.
American officials and media found any number of reasons to scoff at the famous Johns Hopkins study that revealed 650,000 dead Iraqi citizens as of 2006.
In this excerpt from a new book of narratives about men and women needlessly swept up in the War on Terror, the FBI inadvertently reveals the scope of its surveillance.
The Obama administration can still learn from the errors of its predecessors in Afghanistan.
Despite Washington's newfound war fatigue, there are no signs that U.S. militarism is on the wane.
The new face of state violence is the drone moving silently through the slum.