Issues / War & Peace
As success in Afghanistan becomes more uncertain, Conn Hallinan argues that the problem is not Afghanistan, but the entire concept of counterinsurgency.
The secretive national security world that Dana Priest and William Arkin catalogue in the Washington Post can't help but invoke Stalin.
Is Pakistan's Taliban motivated by unfair taxation -- like our founding fathers?
New affordable technology is feeding states dreams of nuclear programs.
It's time to accentuate the positive with Somalia.
In the aftermath of the Gaza flotilla in May, a powerful new alliance may be emerging in the Middle East.
The Obama administration took office in 2009 determined to move beyond might-makes-right-makes-might unilateralism of the Bush years, and reassert America's global influence as the most principled and powerful guarantor of rule-based multilateralism.
Two respected Korean-American researchers suggest there may have been a rush to judgment on the sinking of the Cheonan.
One sure way to silence the din of rattling sabers is to go to war.
The G8 is reneging on humanitarian aid pledges to Africa while U.S. military aid to Africa swells.