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The Wikileaks founder has been in Ecuador’s London embassy for six weeks awaiting a decision on his request for asylum.
The security mania and spending orgy of our present-day Olympics were truly born that tragic September, forty years ago.
An exchange between Colonel Tom Davis and TomDispatch Associate Editor Nick Turse about military involvement in Africa.
The vilifying charges levelled at Russia's president by the American media could undermine rational U.S. policy-making.
The United States’ current conflicts abroad are “1 percent wars”—remote, imperial wars of choice in which 99 percent of Americans have no stake.
From now on, the primary focus of American military strategy will not be counterterrorism, but the containment of an economically booming China— at whatever risk or cost.
HIGH SCHOOL FINALIST: With today’s weapons technology, danger can proliferate with much greater destructive force than our Founding Fathers could have ever anticipated. Dealing with these threats requires tremendous international cooperation.
Was there an alternative course of action for the United States that could have prevented the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks?
The protesters who have filled the streets of Arab cities for months now are demanding democracy and open government, and an end to the corruption and brutal humiliations of autocracy.
While the US funds democratic reform projects in the post-Mubarak age, Egyptians are mistrustful of American meddling in their domestic affairs.