Issues / War & Peace
Rising arms exports may soon make weapons the major U.S. contribution to the world economy.
The Obama administration has yet to make substantive change in the way the United States does intelligence work.
On the issue of torture, what goes around comes around.
Obama's approach toward the Muslim world may be diplomatic, but it remains the work of mobilized people across the United States to end Obama's war in Afghanistan and Pakistan, halt the occupation of Iraq immediately rather than years from now, stop U.S. military aid to Israel, and launch new negotiations with Iran not based on military threats.
Russian analyst Dmitri Trenin talks with FPIF's Paul Hockenos about the economic crisis, the Obama challenge, and the potential for a restart in U.S.-Russian relations.
The Obama administration has promised to pursue nuclear abolition. Columnist Zia Mian provides the new president with a way to fulfill this promise.
With all his talk of war and terrorism, the president seems to be edging closer to the stances of the previous administration.
The Bush administration is gone, but covert operations are still going on.
Columnist Frida Berrigan gives us the good, the bad, and the mixed news on the campaign to abolish nuclear weapons.
The Bush administration used marine protection as a cover for consolidating U.S. bases in the Pacific. The new president must reverse this policy.