Issues / War & Peace
Reluctance to withdraw from Afghanistan is only a symptom of the investment American political elites have in global military hegemony.
Consider the following statement offered by Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at a news conference last week. He was discussing Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks as well as the person who has taken responsibility for the vast, still ongoing Afghan War document dump at that site.
Is a teenager throwing a grenade at a soldier a terrorist or a reluctant combatant?
Its foreign ministry maintains that Russia is not the only country with a "loose nuke" problem.
The Karen ethnic group's revolt against the Burma junta is the longest-running independence movement on earth.
Fifteen years after the massacre at Srebrenica and the height of the Bosnian War, what has that conflict taught us?
The Obama administration continues to award contracts to the private military contractor Blackwater/Xe, despite its seriously troubled history.
No individual code of conduct will bring about the huge changes in Afghanistan that are necessary for counterinsurgency to be effective.
As the situation become increasingly dire, dubious plans are emerging in an attempt to "save" the war effort.
When it comes to fighting terrorists, Yemen's president Saleh, in concert with U.S. Special Forces, casts a wide net.