Issues / War & Peace
On her foreign policy agenda: There's every indication that it closely parallels that of the Bush administration.
A peace structure in East Asia is both impossible and inevitable.
Congress and the next president must take U.S. intelligence agencies away from the Pentagon and put them under civilian control.
The new National Intelligence Estimate on Iran challenges the Bush administration's rhetoric on a possible WWIII in Iran.
The United States has used its nuclear weapons in many ways. Like cannibalism and slavery, however, nuclear weapons can be abolished.
The history of Iran and nuclear power is more complicated than the Administration suggests.
General Musharraf just can't understand why everybody's out to get him.
Burma's military regime should be encouraged for taking a few positive steps, yet there's another side of the story.
Joe Volks asks whether religion can help us replace the narrative of "us versus" them with a more compelling story of peace.
Veterans' health care bills are bound to soar thanks to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, but the government doesn't appear to be paying attention.