Regions / Iraq
Americans want a new direction in foreign policy, but will the Democrats lead?
It's hard to believe that President Bush will miss the message voters delivered on Election Day.
For the first time in recent history, a foreign policy issue is at the top of the electorate's mind as they head to the polls.
What has my new country, the United States, done to my old country, Iraq?
A top British military official has called for troop withdrawal from Iraq. Does this mark the beginning of the end of the special military relationship between the White House and 10 Downing Street?
Washington's uncompromising tactics with both Tehran and Pyongyang have failed to achieve anything but the most radioactive results.
Bush should be seeking new and creative ways to stop the utter destruction of Iraq and the constant loss of our soldiers.
When it comes to oil, the U.S. is bypassing democracy in Iraq.
Iraqi Shia and Sunnis have lived in harmony for centuries, the U.S. changed that.
The crisis is mounting in Iraq, and so are congressional calls for a phased withdrawal. But will the politicians act soon enough?