Issues / War & Peace
India says that its space program is for peaceful purposes. The United States agrees. They're both wrong.
The Obama agenda, instead of coming to term after four years, is suffering a miscarriage halfway through.
The New START treaty is best called an arms affirmation treaty, since ratification will affirm the continued commitment to maintain and fund our nuclear and non-nuclear weapons programs.
The United States has pursued an "eagle" approach of military intervention overseas for much of its history. Will President Obama change the direction of U.S. foreign policy?
On September 7 Japanese patrol boats intercepted a Chinese fishing trawler near Kubashima, one of the Senkaku [Chinese: Diaoyu] Islands in the East China Sea.
What would it really take for Israel to walk the road to peace?
The gap between federal spending on military as opposed to climate security has narrowed but compared to China our progress is meager.
Despite the fevered minds of right-wing Russians and Americans, a Chinese military invasion of Siberia is not in the works.
Although sabotage may prove successful in slowing Iranian nuclear progress in the short term, it actually stands as a barrier to a long-term resolution.
China and Japan are at loggerheads. As columnist Conn Hallinan explains, rising nationalism and persistent U.S. militarism lie behind the crisis.