U.S. foreign policy is dangerous, undemocratic, and deeply out of sync with real global challenges - is continuous war inevitable, or can we change course?
Our government bears a heavy responsibility for all these horrors; it's time to push for peace and for a humane foreign policy that puts people before profits.
As long as the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land continues, there are films to bring us the truth. And they are getting better and growing in numbers.
What was that Turkish F-4 Phantom II up to when the Syrians shot it down?
The American people know that to stop the killing in Afghanistan there is only one option: get all the U.S. troops out of there.
Israel has always presented itself as "an oasis of democracy in a sea of despotism," an outpost of pluralism surrounded by tyranny.
I first heard of Gene Sharp from a commentator on National Public Radio. He said that he had examined the "Arab Spring" upsurges in Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, Libya and Yemen.
I was suspicious of the UN Security Council's establishment of a Libya no fly zone from the beginning, and events seem to be proving me right.
After President Obama's March 28 address to the nation on the U.S. and NATO military intervention in Libya, many questions remain.
Any such attack would mean destroying the Gaddafi regime's anti-aircraft missile installations, almost surely resulting in civilian casualties on the ground.