Issues / War & Peace
With the U.S. military under siege in Iraq, and polls running heavily against the White House's Middle East version of Vietnam, are military strike plans on Iran just bluster and so much talk?
As long as the social and economic conditions remain along with 138,000 U.S. troops, there will be a movement in Iraq and throughout the Arab world that will oppose the U.S., and the spectrum of that opposition will be one that includes those who commit acts of terrorism.
The U.S. gets an opportunity in February to end the genocide.
Before the Bush administration kicks things off with its 2007 budget request in early February, it seems bent on proving that, in the fantasy department, it can go head-to-head with Hollywood.
The director of the Arms Control Association debates a Fellow of the Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy on the way out of the current crisis in nuclear arms control.
Does the current crisis over the nuclear ambitions of North Korea and Iran mean that the nuclear nonproliferation regime should be strengthened and reformed, or scrapped? Here is an argument for scrapping it.
Prospects for legal accountability for war crimes.
A Cuban expatriate has forced the administration to decide on terrorist criteria: "acceptable" acts of terrorism carried out against Cuba versus "unacceptable" ones undertaken against the United States and its allies.
Examining claims that justify terrorism.
The war profiteering is on. Defense contractor CEOs received raises on average of 200 percent between 2001 and 2004, compared to only 7 percent for average large company CEOs.