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A few months ago, novelist Alan Furst, in one of those New York
Times "Writers on Writing" pieces, told how, on a magazine
assignment to the Soviet Union back in 1983, he suddenly discov
President Bush's recently announced strategic global doctrine, which for the first time justifies a preemptive US strike against any regime thought to possess weapons of mass destruction, makes a
So now it's official.
Would-be intelligence watchdogs often lack the knowledge or the will to be effective.
When several soldiers killed their wives, an old problem was suddenly news.
On the eve of the October 2002 vote to authorize the overthrow the government of Iraq by military force, a plea to members of Congress to reject Bush's pre-emptive war went unheeded.
One year later, September 11 has certainly lived up to the early claim
of being a transformative moment, at least for Americans.
We're trying to survey all the many good ideas being tried outside the range of the Beltway pundits. So tell us about any local, state or municipal initiative in your area that you're excited about and think is worth emulating nationally.
The tax-supported Marshall Center offers more fun and games than war games.
A rebuttal to eight arguments put forward by proponents of an invasion of Iraq.