From dealing weapons abroad to developing nuclear arms at home, Democrats and Republicans have something in common.
The Obama administration has approved another $1.15 billion in weapons to the Saudi regime, even as it continues to bomb Doctors Without Borders-run hospitals.
Captain Smith is using the question of lack of authorization as the basis for his challenge, but there is a chance that he could also raise issues of illegality in how the war is being carried out, Bennis told RT America.
These children’s participation in ongoing atrocities represents an utter failure on the part of states and the international community to provide a minimum amount of stability and economic prosperity in precarious regions of the world.
Our wildly inflated fear of terrorism is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
A few Americans are held hostage by al-Qaeda. The rest of us are held hostage by the U.S. overreliance on military force.
Has the Internet and social media primed us to worry too much about improbable threats — and too little about probable ones?
The Obama administration’s war plans in Iraq and Syria are illegal, ill-conceived, and destined to fail. Here’s what the U.S.—and you—can do instead.
Weakening ISIS requires eroding the support it relies on from tribal leaders, military figures, and ordinary Iraqi Sunnis. Here’s how to do it without bombs.
Obama’s declaration that “America must move off a permanent war footing” wasn’t the Wow! moment it should have been during his State of the Union address.
CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell says the fall of Bashar Assad’s regime would have “disastrous consequences,” suggesting his opposition to sending more weapons to Syria.
Obama’s decision to arm the Syrian rebels will likely escalate the conflict and torpedo any possibility for a political solution.
Let’s resist the temptation to intervene in Syria. This time, let’s say ‘lesson learned.’
DC credibility, Netanyahu’s red line, and shame about nuclear disarmament.
One longs for the heyday of ancient Timbuktu, when African scholars pored studiously over learned manuscripts in quiet libraries.