Issues / War & Peace
The United States is negotiating with North Korea but hasn't changed its fundamental policy toward the region.
Our foreign policy and our bridges: both are collapsing.
Read the back story on why the administration thinks this deal makes sense.
This turkey may not fly.
The latest UN resolution may well be a turning point in stopping genocide. But much hinges on political will.
The West should be careful about alienating Putin.
Like a gambling addict who has to keep betting more to cover his previous losses, the Bush administration's recently announced plan to provide some $65 billion worth of advanced weapons to Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel over the next 10 years represents a reckless, poorly considered attempt to mitigate the consequences of its ill considered invasion of Iraq.
The United States wants to set up a new command structure in Africa. Columnist Emira Woods and Ezekiel Pajibo explain why Liberia and Africa should just say no.
Japan is on the verge of abandoning its peace constitution. But Tokyo should think twice, for the sake of Japan, the region, and the world.
The Bush administration is looking for signs of hope in Iraq. But it's coming up against the reality of resistance.