Regions / Middle East & North Africa
Barred from entering the U.S., Arar delivered his acceptance speech for the Letelier-Moffitt International Human Rights Award in a videotaped speech.
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?
The war against the Taliban in Afghanistan was more popular than the war against Saddam Hussein. Should it have been?
Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bush administration, Iraq, Taliban, warlords, drug lords, opium, women's issues, civilian casualties, corruption
The Taliban is back. And the United States is largely to blame.
Common sense says that Washington wont attack Tehran. But columnist Michael Klare questions whether common sense is guiding Bush administration policy.
Too often the inequities between Israelis and Palestinians are overlooked.
In the upcoming U.S. elections, will voters be eyeing the price of gas or the gathering storm over Iran?
Washington's uncompromising tactics with both Tehran and Pyongyang have failed to achieve anything but the most radioactive results.
Is Washington planning to attack Iran or just bluffing? Columnist Frida Berrigan reads between the lines of the latest U.S. preparations.