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Drug policy analysts and advocates, including Sanho Tree, drug policy scholar and fellow at IPS, to focus on devastating impact on black communities as the Institute of the Black World declares war on the "War on Drugs."
Since the bin Laden raid, the Pakistani army's anger at its chief over his relationship with the United States has come to a head.
While the Capital Pride celebration this past week gives cause for hope, the fight for gay rights and equality is hardly over.
Can nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament treaties endure if states fail to resolve the issues between them?
While Robert Gates is spreading his soothing fictions about the U.S. military, Jim Webb is raising some uncomfortable facts.
Is nuclear disarmament a sham between nations hostile to each other?
Mexican human rights activists have issued an emergency appeal to apply international humanitarian standards in providing relief to more than 150 refugees.
In only one area of life are Americans officially considered 100% scared, and so 100% in need of protection, and that's when it comes to terrorism.
The building replacing the Twin Towers may be vulnerable to a Mumbai-style or Stinger missile attack.
Members of the Bush administration are still trying to justify "enhanced interrogation."