Foreign Policy

Ferment Over ‘The Israel Lobby’ Ferment Over ‘The Israel Lobby’

Criticisms of the Israel lobby have circulated for years, but it took two professors and the Iraq War to inject realist ideas into the debate.

Apr 27, 2006 / Feature / Philip Weiss

Joe Strummer, Terrorist? Joe Strummer, Terrorist?

What does it mean that a man was arrested on suspicion of terrorism for singing the lyrics of the Clash's classic "London Calling"?

Apr 20, 2006 / Books & the Arts / Antonino D’Ambrosio

China’s Internal Crisis China’s Internal Crisis

The Pentagon casts China as the Next Big Threat, but the Chinese regime is a far greater threat to its unmoored and angry citizens. China's unbridled economic expansion has also be...

Apr 19, 2006 / Feature / Stephen Glain

Latin America’s New Consensus Latin America’s New Consensus

Latin America's new leftist leaders are making deals that threaten US dominance in the region.

Apr 13, 2006 / Feature / Greg Grandin

AIPAC’s Complaint AIPAC’s Complaint

Analytical weaknesses in a controversial academic paper on the impact of the "Israel lobby" on US Mideast policy hinder its authors' attempt to pierce the wall of ignorance and int...

Apr 13, 2006 / Column / Eric Alterman

Hu’s ‘State Visit’ Hu’s ‘State Visit’

The visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao underscores the deteriorating US-China relationship, yet the Bush Administration is making matters worse with diplomatic insults to the Ch...

Apr 13, 2006 / Editorial / Peter Kwong

‘The Lobby’ ‘The Lobby’

The recent furor over a scholarly article suggesting that the "Israel lobby" drives US Mideast policy presents an opportunity for vigorous open debate on a volatile subject.

Apr 6, 2006 / Editorial / The Editors

¡No Más! No More! ¡No Más! No More!

Uruguay and Argentina are cutting ties with the US Army's School of the Americas, paving the way for other Latin American countries to end a destabilizing force that only perpetuat...

Mar 31, 2006 / Feature / Patrick Mulvaney

Fearmongering on Dubai Fearmongering on Dubai

Democrats should see the panic over the DP World deal as an opportunity for a nervy rudder-turn and challenge the obsessive secrecy and toxic premises of Bush's national security p...

Mar 2, 2006 / Editorial / The Editors

The Dubai Farce The Dubai Farce

What a farce: The Dubai Ports deal shows Bush is willing to trust the Arab-owned Dubai Ports to manage our harbors, even as he scapegoats them as culprits in his war on terror.

Mar 1, 2006 / Column / Robert Scheer