Regions / Middle East & North Africa
Military power and occupation cant conquer hearts and minds.
Hurricane Katrina reveals distorted security priorties and additional costs of the occupation of Iraq.
The Bush administration's shaping of the new Iraqi constitution.
The Mounting Costs of War and the Case for Bringing Home the Troops
U.S. corporations march into Baghdad, at the expense of self-determination.
The most important development in Iraq since the January 2005 election is the emergence of a sectarian civil war between Sunnis and Shiites.
Unleashing vengeance through overwhelming U.S. firepower will prove an ineffective and counterproductive response to this new scourge of international terrorism.
An overview of recent developments in global security.
Bombings in Egypt expose weaknesses in U.S. counterterrorism policies.
Bush's harsh words and threats seem awkward in a region where Washington's closest allies (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, and Jordan) hold utterly meaningless ballots.