Issues / War & Peace
Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki may not be as bad as Saddam Hussein, but he’s only slightly less worse.
How an Iranian nuclear-weapons program became accepted wisdom.
Russia has come a long way from military operations in which casualties to civilians were of little concern.
Conn Hallinan remembers Carl Bloice—an FPIF columnist, longtime journalist, and lifetime advocate for the dispossessed.
International law expert Reza Nasri explains Iran's distrust of international media, institutions, and NGOs.
Driven by a rising China and arms exports from the United States, military spending in Asia is on the increase.
Don’t underestimate Syrian rebel know-how: they may have made the rockets used to launch chemical weapons at Ghouta.
An AFRICOM official says the U.S. has been "at war" in Africa for over two years.
Who’s more credible: Seymour Hersh or Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdoğan?
Veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are holding the U.S. government accountable for innocent victims on all sides of the fighting.