Issues / War & Peace
President Bush and his Republican colleagues should be congratulated for their call to end our vulnerability to nuclear weapons and to reach beyond cold war policies. The key question is: how should we end this vulnerability.
All sorts of proposals about a final settlement on Kashmir are being floated, but what is going to work?
On Saturday, July 14th the Pentagon conducted the fourth intercept test of the National Missile Defense (NMD) system.
Small arms and light weapons, often ignored in traditional arms control agreements, contribute to the vast majority of death and destruction in conflicts worldwide.
Excessive arms sales to Taiwan might jeopardize this favorable trend.
he major part of the ICG report compiles information from the past few years about the activities of militant groups--including, but not limited to, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), which has garnered perhaps the greatest publicity of all such gr
Just as Qadaffi has gained political mileage through portraying himself as a victim of a vengeful and hypocritical United States, there are those in the U.S. who also benefit from maintaining a hostile relationship with this petty tyrant whom Americans lo
President Bush worries that the "United States might become militarily engaged" in Colombia. It's a little late for that.
Strong support for Friday's bombing by leading congressional Democrats will no doubt embolden the Republican administration to engage in further military actions regardless of their dangerous legal, moral, or political implications.
Wolfowitz takes powerful position in the Pentagon.