What happened to the global food crisis? It was in the news and out again as quickly as a bad Hollywood movie.
The country would be in better shape if Wisconsin were in charge.
The peace sign turns 50 this year. Barry Miles describes the origins of what has become a nearly universal symbol.
Remarks made at the 2008 Take Back America conference session on strategies to end the Iraq War.
With his preference for diplomacy over militarism, we must neither be naïve about Barack Obama’s limitations nor cynical about his potential.
The U.S. peace movement has worked on behalf of Salvadorans, South Africans, and East Timorese. It is now belatedly taking up the cause of Palestinians.
And, finally, three last comments on what the peace movement should do next.
Eleven peace activists and scholars, in responding to Lawrence Wittner’s essay, gaze into the crystal ball to envision the peace movement’s possible future.
Peace activists helped swing the elections in November. Most Americans want out of Iraq. So why hasn’t the peace movement won already?
Americans want a new direction in foreign policy, but will the Democrats lead?
The Israeli peace movement is back and more diverse than ever.
The Democrats are missing yet another golden opportunity to distance themselves from the Bush foreign policy.
Many hope that a Democratic Party victory in November will mark the beginning of the end of the Iraq war. Don’t hold your breath.
Since September 11 and the ensuing war on terrorism, Central Asia’s geopolitics have been further complicated by the new military presence of the United States, whose troops are now stationed in China’s and Russia’s backyard.
This past eight months of bloodletting between Israelis and Palestinians is no more than an additional, exhausting chapter in a decades old conflict.