Posts Tagged: war
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.
While September was a hopeful month for those interested in the de-escalation of tensions between the Unites States and Iran, neither country has yet developed the desire or will to resolve the outstanding issues that exist between them.
Commenting on an exhibition of political cartoons from around the world, international pollster Clay Ramsay provides some insights into Why They Hate Us.
With a shaky UN-brokered ceasefire in place, Syrians still grapple with the persistent insecurity facing their country's war-weary borders and the growing refugee problem.
Iraqi Shia and Sunnis have lived in harmony for centuries, the U.S. changed that.
Sounding a similar note, the neocons push for war again.
The Irish saved civilization. Now it's time for them to help out the Middle East.
Evidence exists that the roots of the Iraqi civil conflict is political rather than sectarian, and that the best solution is finding a way to bring the troops home.
As long as the social and economic conditions remain along with 138,000 U.S. troops, there will be a movement in Iraq and throughout the Arab world that will oppose the U.S., and the spectrum of that opposition will be one that includes those who commit acts of terrorism.
How to bring the troops home and internationalize the peace.