Foreign Policy

The Fear of the Liberals The Fear of the Liberals

How could liberals believe the most reactionary President since William McKinley could and would export democracy to Iraq?

Sep 8, 2005 / Feature / Corey Robin

Theocracy Lite Theocracy Lite

How can women be equal before Islamic law, according to which they are unequal?

Sep 1, 2005 / Column / Katha Pollitt

Bush’s War: The Levees Are Giving Way Bush’s War: The Levees Are Giving Way

The Bush Administration is tongue-tied because it doesn't know what lie to put out next.

Sep 1, 2005 / Beat the Devil / Alexander Cockburn

Iraq’s Fig-Leaf Constitution Iraq’s Fig-Leaf Constitution

Bush may crow about a new constitution, but he can't deny that autocrats, theocrats and terrorists are clearly in control.

Aug 30, 2005 / Column / Robert Scheer

Lessons of Camp Casey Lessons of Camp Casey

There is no possible strategy to win in Iraq. Now is the time for activists to reach out to the families of soldiers in Iraq who may feel betrayed.

Aug 25, 2005 / Editorial / The Editors

Bush’s Blind Spot on Iran Bush’s Blind Spot on Iran

Threatening Iran only strengthens the hand of hard-line nationalists and religious fundamentalists in Tehran.

Aug 18, 2005 / Column / Robert Scheer

Disengagement Mystery Disengagement Mystery

What are Sharon's real reasons for pulling out of Gaza? What happens next? Hillel Schenker reports from Jerusalem.

Aug 16, 2005 / Feature / Hillel Schenker

Telly-Tommy Telly-Tommy

If we're going to have a society surveilled 24/7, let's begin at the top.

Jul 28, 2005 / Column / Patricia J. Williams

The Big Chill The Big Chill

Is the FBI's Franklin/AIPAC case about spying--or clamping down on leaks?

Jul 14, 2005 / Feature / Laura Rozen

Reconnecting to the World Reconnecting to the World

The US must make full employment and ample demand the guiding principles of its international economic policy.

Jun 29, 2005 / Feature / Sherle R. Schwenninger