Regions / Europe & Central Asia
The military won't defeat al-Qaeda and the Taliban, writes Frida Berrigan. Nor will elections in an occupied country solve this problem.
The United States is often, but not always, wrong, and its enemies are sometimes, but not always, right.
Noam Chomsky refutes Ian Williams' claim that NATO's bombing of Serbia in 1999 did not precipitate atrocities in Kosovo.
'The Will to Resist' is a book about average soldiers and their brave acts of dissent against a system that is betraying them.
The European radical left opposes the latest version of European integration.
Plenty of military options are on the table for Afghanistan, but solutions based on development are sorely lacking.
The war's casualties are measured in more than broken bodies.
Islam is far from monolithic. A recent arts and ideas festival in New York proves the point.
The United States is arming both India and Pakistan, encouraging India's nuclear program, and destabilizing the region through its military efforts in Afghanistan and Pakistan, argues Zia Mian.
Conn Hallinan shows how the map of conflict corresponds all too well with the map of future energy supplies.