By rights, we should be at war with both sides.
Hugo Chavez's shaky successor could be replaced -- but not necessarily by the man he edged out in April 14's fishy election.
Must Tories ridicule the UK Independence Party?
The specter of February 6, 1934 is haunting France today -- but this time the popular front is coming from the right.
Tactics may change, but has terrorism changed?
The political usefulness of declaring the border secure.
Only if President Yanukovych frees Yulia Tymoshenko.
In Ecuador we have Big Green vs. Big Oil in a pitifully unfair fight.
What if the Norks prefer to launch a conventional, non-nuclear war?
Not to mention Iran and the Kurds. A very complicated and nuanced game in which the U.S. has no real say.