Issues / War & Peace
Congress's capitulation to the Bush administration's request for nearly $100 billion for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, has led to outrage throughout the country.
Australia is the capstone of a new, U.S.-constructed security perimeter in the Pacific. As columnist Conn Hallinan explains, the target of this containment strategy is China.
A White House "surge" in integrity would help Iraq far more than increasing the number troops.
NAFTA is not just about free trade any more. As columnist Laura Carlsen explains, NAFTA has a new and ominous punch as well.
Are India and Pakistan heading toward war or peace? Noam Chomsky looks at nukes, Kashmir, and diaspora politics.
Long before last summer's conflict, the Bush administration had been pushing Israel to launch a war on Lebanon to cripple Hezbollah.
Noam Chomsky analyzes the Wolfowitz scandal, odious debts, and presidential power.
Bruce Springsteen belts out an old peace movement standard.
The administration's plan to install anti-ballistic missiles in Poland is being greeted with healthy skepticism is Congress.
Eleven peace activists and scholars, in responding to Lawrence Wittner's essay, gaze into the crystal ball to envision the peace movement's possible future.