One thing is certain--America has lost patience, and wants to see the remaining war crimes suspects rounded up. Belgrade and Zagreb have run out of time.
erbia plunged itself into confrontation with The Hague--and possibly also the international community--this week, by refusing to hand over four former commanders in Kosovo whose indictments were made public on October 20.
The U.S., as the aggressor power and currently the occupying power, must abide by the requirements of international law and pay for the reconstruction of Iraq.
Vice President Dick Cheney's office continues to grow as a homebase for prominent neoconservative foreign policy strategists.
The tug of war between the hawks and doves over North Korea policy continues within the Bush administration.
UN Security Council Resolution 1511 is highly unlikely to secure any goals it was advertised to solve.
The new Security Council resolution does nothing to change the fundamental problems of the U.S. occupation of Iraq.
Look for the Bush administration to push its "Proliferation Security Initiative" (PSI) during the president's October trip to Asia.
Cancun could lead to trade talks that actually bring about fair trade, and the benefits to both the developing and the developed world that have long been promised.
The sound of silence is often deafening when statesmen speak, but in the case of George. W. Bush it is the deafness that is almost as stunning.