The military won't defeat al-Qaeda and the Taliban, writes Frida Berrigan. Nor will elections in an occupied country solve this problem.
The proposed U.S. ban on gasoline sales to Iran is better than bombing the country. But, columnist Michael Klare asks, could such a ban lead to war anyway?
The three amigos met in Guadalajara and failed to usher in a new paradigm of North American cooperation.
There is growing evidence that the United States was more than a bit player in the Honduran coup, writes columnist Conn Hallinan.
The United States is arming both India and Pakistan, encouraging India's nuclear program, and destabilizing the region through its military efforts in Afghanistan and Pakistan, argues Zia Mian.
Conn Hallinan shows how the map of conflict corresponds all too well with the map of future energy supplies.
Economist John Maynard Keynes is hot. But, as columnist Walden Bello explains, he's not enough.
Rising arms exports may soon make weapons the major U.S. contribution to the world economy.
The U.S.-Peru free trade agreement has led directly to government crackdowns and the deaths of indigenous protestors, reports columnist Laura Carlsen.
The Obama administration has promised to pursue nuclear abolition. Columnist Zia Mian provides the new president with a way to fulfill this promise.