Issues / War & Peace
The administration's plan to install anti-ballistic missiles in Poland is being greeted with healthy skepticism is Congress.
Eleven peace activists and scholars, in responding to Lawrence Wittner's essay, gaze into the crystal ball to envision the peace movement's possible future.
The civil and political rights guaranteed in the Constitution to citizens and others who are in the United States are under attack.
Washington continues to pursue a divide-and-rule approach to prevent the resumption of talks that could end hostilities between Israel and its Arab neighbors.
The Democratic leadership doesn't have the votes to override a veto but the Dems are reluctant to sign another blank check for the war.
Peace activists helped swing the elections in November. Most Americans want out of Iraq. So why hasn't the peace movement won already?
The presidential contender defends the surge with a speech that FPIF's military analyst Dan Smith puts under the magnifying glass.
The Latin American state has lost its monopoly on violence. U.S. economic and political policies have only made matters worse.
Aaron Hughes talks about how he has transformed his experience as a soldier in the Iraq War into art.
President Bush believes in preventive war. On Iran, in particular, Rep. Peter DeFazio believes in preventing war.