Regions / Middle East & North Africa
Chris Lindborg looks at how the Iraq War has deepened the divide between the United States and Europe.
Our children, and possibly their children, will end up paying for the Iraq War.
Why is it that we refer to the day the Iraq war started as an anniversary?
If the United States cared so much about democracy in Iraq, why has it acted more like an occupying force in restricting the self-determination of Iraqi citizens?
War opponents must avoid a circular firing squad and encourage moderate Republicans--especially Senators--to join the anti-war camp.
While the U.S. debates whether a civil war is raging in Iraq, the UN estimates that 2.6 million Iraqis have fled violence in their country causing a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions.
While politicians in Washington argue over the future of Iraq, half a world away a bloody battle for the soul of Iraq is being fought by Iraqis who are paying a high price for the U.S. occupation.
Vol. 2, No. 10
Vice President Dick Cheney says "all options are on the table" when it comes to war with Iran, but what does he really mean?
A new Iraqi law proposes to open the country's currently nationalized oil system to foreign corporate control.