Posts Tagged: U.s. Foreign Policy
As anti-government protests in Syria showed no sign of abating, the U.S. State Department Monday denied that it was seeking the regime's ouster.
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.
Libyan protesters asked for help, but the military attacks they're getting may actually create a whole new set of problems that could last a very long time.
In our special focus on Islamophobia, analysts Raed Jarrar and Niki Akhavan look at the roots of Islamophobia, how anti-Islamic sentiment has shaped U.S. foreign policy, and the relationship between faith and violence.
The United States is losing patience with Egyptian government.
As we've watched the dramatic events in the Middle East, you would hardly know that we had a thing to do with them.
The question now is what happens next.
In occupied Iraq, the population living in urban slums has skyrocketed. Why haven't we heard more about this shocking statistic?
Agribusiness, an industry that found a way to profit during the Vietnam War, is emerging as a beneficiary of U.S. post-conflict policies in the Middle East as well.
It's a mistake for the U.S. government to ignore religion or promote it zealously. Scott Thomas offers an alternative.