How on earth do you get a bipartisan consensus against cuts and for stimulus? Call it the defense budget.
With Libyan government forces advancing towards the rebel capital of Benghazi, the time for possible military intervention by the U.S. and its NATO or other allies appears to be running short.
Just how American bullets make their way into Bahraini guns, into weapons used by troops suppressing pro-democracy protesters, opens a wider window into the shadowy relationships between the Pentagon and a number of autocratic states in the Arab world.
A popular movement is up against an embattled government in Greece.
The catastrophe in Japan is a signal to shift away from nuclear energy to rely more on the sun, the wind, and the tides.
In 10 weeks of protests, Tunisians and Egyptians achieved for themselves what 10 years of bloodshed could not purchase for Pax Americana or its archenemy in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Croatian protesters, like their Middle Eastern counterparts, are challenging the rhetoric of stability and moderation as a vehicle for the entrenchment and enrichment of political elites.
Nine months after stepping down as Prime Minister, Yukio Hatoyama conceded that he had just given "deterrence" as the factor necessitating retention of the US Marine Corps on Okinawa because he needed a pretext.
The presidential summit made a show of putting the bi-national relationship back on track - in precisely the wrong direction.
Here's some good news in celebration of International Women's Day.