Somalis can sort out their problems if the outside world just gives them a chance.
Noam Chomsky looks at the increasing power and coordination of the countries of the Global South.
Refugees returning to Iraq and order returning to the country? Think again.
The United States thinks it owns the world, says Noam Chomsky, and that explains so much of its foreign policy.
On both Iraq and climate change, John McCain supports the Bush status quo.
The European Union is considering a way to use trees -- and soil -- to save us from global warming.
Poppies are the go-to crop for many Afghan farmers. Here's a way to change that.
The United States ranks 96th in the world in terms of peacefulness. Rep. Meeks explains why.
Rep. Jim Moran thinks that Guantanamo is a blot on the U.S. reputation and should be closed down. He talks with Michael Shank on the implications of closure.
Are India and Pakistan heading toward war or peace? Noam Chomsky looks at nukes, Kashmir, and diaspora politics.
Noam Chomsky analyzes the Wolfowitz scandal, odious debts, and presidential power.
While Cheney deemed Pelosi's Syria trip to be "bad behavior," she was actually following a practice prudently exercised by previous presidents, often bringing good results.
Violence continues to engulf Somalia. Here's what can be done to promote reconciliation.
Republican Congressman Wayne Gilchrest sees a hard slog ahead to get climate change legislation passed in Congress. But he sees no other choice.
President Bush believes in preventive war. On Iran, in particular, Rep. Peter DeFazio believes in preventing war.
Rep. Dennis Kucinich believes that the American public spoke clearly in the last election but Congress is still not listening.
Congressman Ron Paul is a Republican from Texas, an advocate of limited government, and a critic of U.S. military interventions overseas.
Everyone is going green, except the U.S. Congress.
In a new interview, Noam Chomsky talks about U.S. war plans, what you don't read in the mainstream media, and why international affairs are run like the mafia.
The Islamic Courts Union is on the run. But political Islam remains a force to be reckoned with in Somalia.