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Chalmers Johnson believed that the United States risks "losing our democracy to keep our empire."
The outcome of debate over Japan's weapons export ban will shape the future of its defense policy.
With all the wrath called down on the WikiLeaks founder, you'd think he started a war.
North Korea indicates to Mongolia that it might seek one-on-one negotiations with the United States.
U.S. and U.K. cables show contempt in which natives of Diego Garcia are held.
Targeting Somali youth as terrorists won't make the United States safer.
The price for Republican votes to ratify New START keeps rising.
In the rush to thwart President Obama, Republicans trample their own values.
Assange Tops bin Laden as public enemy number one.
Spying on the United Nations is one tradition that the State Department should let die out.