Issues / War & Peace
Is the future of war a game of Russian roulette with a cyborg?
The war in Afghanistan is taking its toll on the hearts and minds of civilians and soldiers.
Vice President Joe Biden unveiled the Obama administration's approach to multilateralism at the Munich security conference. Are Europeans buying it?
American consumers are cutting back on spending. One likely result: a new era of radical protest in Asia.
How can we tackle the global military industrial complex? Here's a place to begin.
If the new president is serious about diplomacy, he needs to cut back on the huge number of weapons that the United States is dumping on the world market.
Besides being unsustainable from a logistical standpoint, the heightened military response to the pirate attacks probably won't work because it doesn't address the root causes of this menace to maritime security.
Veterans with PTSD aren't getting medals, medical care, or even a modicum of respect.
President Obama is poised to continue the Bush administration's "freedom agenda." And that means scaled-up counter-insurgency.
The United States falls into a trap in assuming that Russia doesn't want a nuclear- armed Iran.