A war with Iran is still a possibility–and a bad idea.
The new South Korean President threatens to undo all the hard work of reconciliation with North Korea of the last decade.
Expanding NAFTA is wrong, but not because of a mythical North American Union.
Congress can scale back the imperial presidency by acting now on Iraq and signing statements.
Moscow and Washington are on a crash course over missile defense. Even Putin’s surprise offer at the G8, columnist Frida Berrigan points out, will not likely avert collision.
Iranian poet Farideh Hassanzadeh talks about war, loss, and the politics of poetry.
The United States is on the verge of ratifying a critical international treaty. But the window of opportunity may close soon.
George W. Bush and Angela Merkel are fighting over the weather. But a leaked draft of the G8 statement, explains columnist Walden Bello, reveals that the spat is over details not substance.
Chris Lindborg looks at how the Iraq War has deepened the divide between the United States and Europe.
We certainly don’t need a “why” to embark on a mission to save the planet from irrevocable climate change. We only need a will.
Vol. 2, No. 11
The appalling treatment of veterans at Walter Reed hospital can’t be resolved simply by rehabbing a few buildings and firing a few officials.
The Bush administration has trumped up charges against Iran for its role in the Iraq War. Is it misinterpretation, misinformation, or worse?
The president’s shift in Iraq will be a climb-down disguised as a step forward.
With no victory in sight in Iraq, the Bush administration is casting around for another magic word to obscure its dismal policies.