Will a change in the leadership of the Pentagon and Congress translate into a new U.S. military policy?
Veterans of the Iraq War return home to face the friendly fire of an indifferent Pentagon and Veterans Administration.
It's hard to believe that President Bush will miss the message voters delivered on Election Day.
With the Army Times calling for Donald Rumsfelds resignation, will the Joint Chiefs of Staff have the courage to speak out against the errors of the Iraq War?
The Bush administration's Cuba policy has reached a dead end.
Why are students and youth across this country walking out of their schools and jobs on Election Day? Department editor Saif Rahman argues that the answer is not that complicated: young people are getting it in the neck.
For the first time in recent history, a foreign policy issue is at the top of the electorate's mind as they head to the polls.
FPIF's new department War and Peace looks at the big picture of how to build a more secure world. In the debut article, Poll: Fewer Guns, More Talk, department editor Miriam Pemberton reports that the votes are already in and the winner is a new foreign policy.
Niger is the poorest country in the world. Neither humanitarian aid nor free-market reforms prevented its 2005 food crisis.
Dada wasnt just strange art from the distant past. As Valery Oisteanu writes, Dada was an international anti-war art movement, and its legacy lives on today.