How did a community organizer and a constitutional law professor become an extrajudicial, drone-happy president?
A combination of diplomacy, legal challenges and activism could end the program of US drone strikes.
In The Passage of Power, Robert Caro shows that LBJ’s brilliance as a politician lay not in his idealism but his opportunism.
As people who have devoted our lives to forging a more peaceful and just world, we salute Manning's courage and condemn his treatment at the hands of the government.
The Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban has rightly captured the world’s attention. But what about the invisible child victims of US drones?
In memoirs and novels, Iraq vets reflect on war’s dehumanizing consequences.
The mob that breached the US embassy was angry about an anti-Muslim film—but the country’s resentment of US policy runs much deeper.
Military operations and arms sales are what America knows best.
How an American disaster paved the way for Big Oil’s rise—and possible fall—in Iraq.
If US troops find themselves morally injured, shouldn’t we ask: Who put them in the position to suffer such wounds in the first place?