Issues / War & Peace
The war's casualties are measured in more than broken bodies.
The United States is arming both India and Pakistan, encouraging India's nuclear program, and destabilizing the region through its military efforts in Afghanistan and Pakistan, argues Zia Mian.
While Iraq could easily become Obama's nightmare with a policy that emphasizes sectarian divisions, a national unity framework will help Iraq become a new democracy in the Middle East.
The Honduran coup highlights why the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, which replaced the School of the Americas, must be scrapped.
Bogotá and Washington are negotiating an agreement for five military bases in Colombia that would escalate the U.S. military's presence in the region.
The latest assassination scandal reveals a longstanding congressional oversight problem.
Conn Hallinan shows how the map of conflict corresponds all too well with the map of future energy supplies.
At the World Bank, Robert McNamara wreaked as much havoc in countries as he did when head of the Pentagon.
What Obama says in his Accra speech will influence Africa's place in the world.
It's time for some straight talk on U.S.-Africa policy.