Tag: foreign affairs
How the Italian peninsula became a major center of U.S. military power.
he records of overflight requests show more than 200 tons of “bank notes” from Moscow to Damascus.
Technology is reshaping the face of U.S. military power, but is it for the best?
Hope, wisdom, law, ethics, and spirituality in relation to killing and dying in Syria.
War has become a sort of American monopoly–but the American people don’t seem to know, or care.
There are heartening signs of improved relations between the civil and military arms of Turkey’s government, but much work remains.
Richard Falk considers how he came to find himself so drawn to the Palestinian cause.
The Pentagon’s system of overseas bases is evolving, and a new model for warfare is evolving with it.
Egypt’s presidential election is a tremendous opportunity for the Egyptian people, but does not come without risks.
Honduran President Pepe Lobo received an International Leadership Award last week from the U.S. Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute. But why?
As the crisis in Iran has unfolded, one book has received numerous mentions across the blogosphere: Amir Taheri’s The Persian Night: Iran under the Khomeinist Revolution.