Issues / War & Peace
Though better known for his brutal war on drugs at home, the Philippine leader's volatile, one-man diplomacy could up-end 70 years of U.S. dominance in East Asia.
Veteran GOP foreign policy hawks are flocking to Hillary Clinton. Is it callow opportunism, or a major realignment?
Irish activists are rallying against the U.S. military's use of Irish airspace for Washington's wars.
Pretending that everyone wants peace in Colombia ignores the long-term effects of militarism — and the fact that the war benefits many powerful interests, including in Washington.
Washington is starting to change its mind about why North Korea has developed nuclear weapons.
Every day Palestinians live in fear of another U.S.-funded attack by the Israeli government.
After a mere eight years in which diplomacy narrowly edged out militarism, the foreign policy elite rallying around Clinton has forgotten the lessons of the George W. Bush era.
Negotiating between the United States and North Korea can't wait.
Despite President Obama's promises of a drawdown in Afghanistan, the United States is settling in for the long haul.
Is the United States on the verge of enshrining humanitarian intervention as a bedrock principle of foreign policy?