Issues / War & Peace
The latest assassination scandal reveals a longstanding congressional oversight problem.
Conn Hallinan shows how the map of conflict corresponds all too well with the map of future energy supplies.
At the World Bank, Robert McNamara wreaked as much havoc in countries as he did when head of the Pentagon.
What Obama says in his Accra speech will influence Africa's place in the world.
It's time for some straight talk on U.S.-Africa policy.
It costs $250 billion a year to maintain the U.S. empire.
Rising arms exports may soon make weapons the major U.S. contribution to the world economy.
The Obama administration has yet to make substantive change in the way the United States does intelligence work.
On the issue of torture, what goes around comes around.
Obama's approach toward the Muslim world may be diplomatic, but it remains the work of mobilized people across the United States to end Obama's war in Afghanistan and Pakistan, halt the occupation of Iraq immediately rather than years from now, stop U.S. military aid to Israel, and launch new negotiations with Iran not based on military threats.