Issues / War & Peace
The motives for dropping nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were political, the targets civilian -- a textbook case of terrorism.
Cockburn was famously fierce and could be absolutely scathing to those who disagreed with him, but his politics were always coherent and deep-seated.
The treasures of Syria's history are under attack from the military, rebels, and looters.
Despite being on the national security radar for 32 years, Ploughshares was still able to pull off a recent dazzling action.
Does it mean protecting nuclear plants or using nuclear weapons for national security?
Dr. Chomsky analyzes how the Magna Carta has become largely irrelevant in the world as the document nears its one thousandth birthday.
The Western-imposed sanctions on Iran undermine the U.S.'s diplomatic influence more than Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
The arrest of a "suspected" Hezbollah operative who is "suspected" of a plan to kill Israeli tourists has become the equivalent of an actual terrorist attack.
In our strategic dialogue on Syria, Islam Qasem argues that the United States and other countries should stop making excuses and intervene to save Syrian civilians.
In our strategic dialogue on Syria, Phyllis Bennis argues that military intervention would only make a civil war that much worse.