Issues / War & Peace
One veteran's chilling account of what he saw while serving in the Iraq War underscores the violent way U.S. forces have treated Iraqi detainees, even after they've died.
The economic chickens are coming home to roost.
Some commentators compare the current economic crisis to 9/11 -- a cataclysm that changed everything.
The United States pushed NATO further eastward toward the borders of Russia while pouring money and armaments into Georgia, paving the way to the August war.
In her poem "Prelude," Kathy Engel takes us from Nicaragua to the West Bank to the South Bronx, as she explains a new counter-terrorism approach.
The United States will spend more on defense over the next 365 days than on the $700 bailout package.
In this fifth annual edition of the "Unified Security Budget," as with the previous four editions, a non-partisan task force of military, homeland security, and foreign policy experts laid out the facts of the imbalance between military and non-military spending.
U.S. military presence in South Korea and Japan has outlived its usefulness.
Columnist Conn Hallinan warns that conflicts in Iran and Georgia might soon be eclipsed by simmering tension elsewhere.
There's no justice in the civilian war crimes trial of Sergeant Jose Luis Nazario Jr.