We have become inured to war.
Margit Berman’s poem about the day the president decided to end the wars.
The attention to military engagement in Libya drowns out the call for negotiations, for accountability, and even for a ceasefire.
The United States can play an important role in dialing back tensions in the disputed waters between North and South Korea, writes columnist Christine Ahn.
There’s a striking similarity between Japan’s reckless decision to attack the United States and George W. Bush’s disastrous decision to invade Iraq.
War and militarism have catastrophic effects on human health and well being.
The worst thing the U.S. military could do in Afghanistan right now is forced eradication of poppies, because it would alienate peasant farmers and drive them into the arms of the Taliban. The farmers will turn to illicit crops to feed their families.
Score for transparency, war makes you poor, and other things that happened while you were obsessing over the LOST finale.
Our magical flood of electronic devices, from television sets to cell phones, harbors long-lasting poisons.
Mac McClelland, author of the new book ‘For Us Surrender is Out of the Question,’ talks about why the media is missing a major story in Burma.
Cuban-American poet Virgil Suarez talks about the literal and literary bridges between Cuba and America.
An assessment of what Obama said — and what he didn’t say.
Obama has muddied the waters in his response to the current election crisis.
Government corruption no longer makes the mainstream media watchdogs bark.
Obama can make important steps toward denuclearization if he continues engaging with Iran.