If North Korea isn't about to collapse, then policymakers must stop complaining and deal with it.
The author of Tropic of Chaos talks about India, China, and the mentality of the armed lifeboat.
Politicians wage war, rages the poet, but they don't pay the price.
Turkey is winning friends and influencing the Middle East, but its Dale Carnegie approach doesn't extend to Israel.
High-profile fiascos like Operation "Fast and Furious" are a drop in the bucket of the War on Drugs debacle.
The international community, particularly the United States, is pursuing a dual-track policy that encourages the very warlordism that is pulling Somalia apart at the seams.
In the heart of San Francisco, a newly unveiled mural draws attention to the plight of two-thirds of migrant youth who are left out of the conversation on immigration reform.
The Obama administration looks particularly bad, having spent so much diplomatic energy throughout the Arab Spring pledging to realign U.S. interests in the Middle East with American values of freedom, justice, and dignity.
The caravan of drug war victims led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia arrived at the Mexico-Guatemala border in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, on Sept. 14, where they asked for forgiveness from the migrants who risk their lives to cross Mexico to reach the United States.
WASHINGTON, Sep 21, 2011 (IPS) - As Somalia undergoes its worst famine in six decades and Yemen slides into civil war, the administration of President Barack Obama is expanding its network of bases to carry out drone strikes against suspected terrorists in both countries, according to reports published in two major U.S. newspapers Thursday.