Issues / War & Peace
Revolutionary violence was once considered the only way for oppressed peoples to change draconian circumstances but recent history is changing that notion.
Hint: Its not religious extremists.
The unpopularity of the United States in Pakistan should force Washington to rethink its policies, argues columnist Zia Mian.
The debate over nuclear power is heating up, along with the planet. Can nuclear fuel recycling be part of the mix? Not a chance.
The disarmament movement is poised to make great strides in the next few years. Much may depend on Japan.
In a continuation of the discussion of Pakistan's negotiations with extremists within its borders, three experts take issue with each other.
The Pentagon is proposing to extend the tour of duty for U.S. soldiers in South Korea. But that's a good sign for North Korea.
Military junk ensures that Kwajalein is no island paradise.
The Iraqis have reached a consensus -- the U.S. should leave Iraq.
Politics is much like physics, columnist Conn Hallinan argues: for every reaction there is an equal and opposite reaction. And NATO is generating just such a reaction.