Foreign Policy

The New Geopolitics of Energy The New Geopolitics of Energy

The Pentagon has now placed resource competition at the center of its strategic planning.

May 1, 2008 / Feature / Michael T. Klare

The Clintonian Legacy The Clintonian Legacy

Bill Clinton's foreign policy record, on which his wife is running, was anything but stellar.

Apr 27, 2008 / Feature / Barbara Crossette

Neocon NATO Delusions Neocon NATO Delusions

The Bush Administration's mission to transform NATO promises to do great damage to international peace and cooperation.

Apr 9, 2008 / Editorial / The Editors

Castro and the Colossus Castro and the Colossus

He caused the Cuban people much suffering, but the giant to the north bears even greater responsibility for the island's plight.

Feb 20, 2008 / Column / Robert Scheer

The Day After Fidel The Day After Fidel

Most authoritarians leave office in a coup or a coffin. Fidel Castro is leaving on his own terms.

Feb 20, 2008 / Feature / Peter Kornbluh

Letter From Vietnam Letter From Vietnam

As Vietnam becomes a player in world trade, its human rights record and treatment of dissidents come under increased scrutiny. The world must do more.

Jan 25, 2008 / Feature / Dustin Roasa

Chalmers Johnson: America’s Going Bankrupt Chalmers Johnson: America’s Going Bankrupt

From Tom Dispatch: The current economic crisis is caused by policies that tax the richest Americans at strikingly low levels and spend huge sums on defense projects that have no ...

Jan 23, 2008 / Books & the Arts / Chalmers Johnson

A New Diplomacy for Pakistan A New Diplomacy for Pakistan

As American policy-makers and pundits seek a Plan B for Pakistan, it's time to recognize the desperate need for a new diplomacy for the Muslim world.

Jan 5, 2008 / Feature / Christian Parenti

The Democratic Foreign Policy Wars The Democratic Foreign Policy Wars

All the candidates reject Bush's disasters--but that won't be enough for the next administration.

Jan 3, 2008 / Feature / Ari Berman

Pakistan’s Plight Pakistan’s Plight

A multidimensional charade is taking place in Pakistan, and it is not an edifying sight.

Jan 3, 2008 / Editorial / Tariq Ali