With growing food, fuel and power shortages, civilians struggle to survive in a country torn apart by warring militias.
Fifty years after the first US troops came ashore at Da Nang, the Vietnamese are still coping with unexploded bombs and Agent Orange.
The crisis shows no signs of ending, and Egypt is no refuge. Europe must do more to take them in.
Drones have taken on a life of their own in popular culture.
Accountability for the massacre in Iraq is a start—but we should also be talking about reducing reliance on private military contractors.
The Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban has rightly captured the world’s attention. But what about the invisible child victims of US drones?
The Russell Tribunal on Palestine, inspired by the 1967 inquiry into American war crimes in Vietnam, examined the case.
Can a region betrayed once by the USSR and again by Ukraine find stability in autonomy?
We don’t even seem to have a right to exist or defend ourselves. That right, according to the United States, belongs to Israel alone.
Since 2002, veterans have been committing murder individually and in groups, killing family, friends, strangers and—in appalling numbers—themselves.