It turns out the threat is not from Iraq but from us.
Defying US policy, they save the lives of illegal migrants, a cup of water at a time.
In this space last week, I commented that the choice for the United
States in North Korea was probably between a catastrophic war and
permitting North Korea to keep its nuclear program and its
Violence, Hannah Arendt said, destroys power. The United States is moving quickly down this path.
Freshly unearthed documents may force the AFL-CIO to face up to past betrayals.
With Baghdad conquered, the fog of prewar has started to clear.
Now that the regime of Saddam Hussein has been overthrown, the Bush
Administration, like a submarine that, having successfully sunk one
ship, resurfaces its periscope to find others, is looking
It was the best of wars. It was the worst of wars. But did the war in
Iraq change anyone's mind?
The latest crisis with North Korea appears to be about the North finally
declaring that it has the bomb, but in fact it is about the Bush
Administration's inability to hide or control sharp int
Tom Friedman doesn't care if the United States ever finds weapons of
mass destruction in Iraq.