The Jonathan Schell Reader has just been published by Nation Books.
Protests over the conduct of the Iraq war are mounting from what seems an unlikely place: the ranks of the military.
NYC's media have been looking into allegations of far more consequential transgressions.
It's hard to resist the misery of V.S. Naipaul's late fiction, hard not to surrender to its bleak and wary authority.
A critic of US-Chile policy paid the price.
Click here to read Klein's "You Asked for my Evidence, Mr Ambassador. Here It Is. In Iraq, the US Does Eliminate Those Who Dare to Count the Dead," published in the Dec. 4, 2004 Guardian.
We need to say farewell to Colin Powell,
Who should have long ago tossed in the towel.
Instead he lent his good name to the team
In vouching for its cockamamie scheme.
Afif Sarhan, an Iraqi physician and journalist, contributed reporting for this article.
In a small victory for European diplomacy and constructive engagement, the International Atomic Energy Agency recently verified that Iran has suspended its uranium enrichment activities.