The poet ponders the effects of war.
Five pillars of an exit strategy for Afghanistan.
Powerful, developed countries have suicide bombers too.
‘The Will to Resist’ is a book about average soldiers and their brave acts of dissent against a system that is betraying them.
The war’s casualties are measured in more than broken bodies.
A poet from Iran remembers someone for whom time ran out too soon.
Dance/movement therapy can help child soldiers deal with trauma and postwar reconciliation.
The gulf between the rhetoric of withdrawal and the reality on the ground grows wider each day the occupation continues.
The Obama administration’s immigration plan should include initiatives to help create more opportunities in migrants’ home countries.
The United States did not simply watch from the sidelines during the war between Russia and Georgia.
Columnist Michael Klare explains that the war between Russia and Georgia centers around a critical oil pipeline that runs through South Ossetia and that Russia doesn’t control.
The war that broke out last week between Russia and Georgia is a terrifying reminder that the disintegration of the Soviet Union is far from over.
Forty years after the historic 1968 Olympics, the eyes of the world are focused on Beijing.
Will George W. Bush, prodded by his pitchfork-wielding vice president, bomb Iran before the end of his term?
Five years after President George W. Bush declared “Mission Accomplished,” little has changed.