The American people may think that George W. Bush’s presidency was a disaster, but the Republican Party is still committed to his foreign policy vision.
How do we benefit from drones without giving up our privacy, civil rights and humanity in the process?
Tommy Raskin wants to leaders to be held accountable for war crimes so that students can learn the truth about consequences.
The White House on Monday afternoon announced that it had issued blanket waivers to three countries, allowing them to receive military aid despite their ongoing use of child soldiers despite a 2008 law to the contrary.
There are even more reasons for the increased concerns for the security of Americans abroad.
The international policing agency is urging countries around the world to show “increased vigilance,” following prison breakouts over the past month in nine countries, including Iraq, Libya and Pakistan.
In a major national security speech this spring, President Obama said again and again that the U.S. is at war with “Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and their associated forces.” So who exactly are those associated forces? It’s a secret.
Officials report that the hostages were not harmed, and are now in an Austrian Hospital recovering.
How do we define terrorism? Carl Pettit takes a closer look.
Young American men have sanctioned outlets for rage and rebellion their counterparts in conservative Islam do not.
The violence in the Middle East makes sense when viewed from sufficient perspectives.
Second amendment rights come with limits, including discipline and regulation.
Robert Fuller discusses the roots of discrimination and assaults on human dignity.