Posts Tagged: U.S. Military
The recent ICC indictment of four Kenyans represents a model for international involvement in conflict resolution in Africa.
In Address to Congress, President Obama returned to his perceived strong suit to discuss how the United States must operate from a position of strength.
Many of the same people who led the push for regime-change in Baghdad now have their sights set on Tehran.
Facing the challenges of a world at the edge -- from Japan to the Greater Middle East, from a shaky global economic system to weather that has become anything but entertainment -- the United States looks increasingly incapable of coping.
Closing U.S. military bases overseas is a key part of moving the money to meet human needs at home and abroad.
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.
In the jungles of northern Okinawa, protests against planned U.S. helipads reach a crisis point.
On July 1, 2010, Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly authorized the U.S. military to undertake policing duties in Costa Rica, based on an expired "Cooperation Agreement."
The United States wants to establish bases in Poland and the Czech Republic -- over the objections of the citizens of those countries.
Americans want a new direction in foreign policy, but will the Democrats lead?