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Seven simple principles to achieve peace in the context of the terrorist attacks.
The author believes that the Israel—Palestine conflict a major contributor to modern anti-American feeling, and that Israel is behaving irresponsibly.
The author analyzes the nature of terrorism. Disproportionate retaliatory action to terrorism may solve no problem, but simply produce thousands of terrorists in their place.
Hundreds of foreigners are being denied rights guaranteed under the American Constitution.
Step by step, the Bush administration is marching this nation toward an imperial presidency— a presidency with unchecked power.
In California, a commencement speaker urging that citizens work to safeguard their fights to free speech, against unlawful detainment, and for a fair trial, is booed off the stage.
Whenever we torture or mistreat prisoners, our morality is no better than that of the enemy, and we are adopting the terrorist ethic that the end justifies the means.
People who are formed by the prayers and sacraments of the church should think and act distinctively in the face of terrorism.
United States presence in nine countries ringing Afghanistan enhances capability but also fuels Islamic extremism
Fisk tells the harrowing story of his beating at the hands of Afghanistani refugees, and concludes that if he had been one of them, he would have done just what they did.
The author reports on the way media coverage of the "war" is robbing the American public.
Microlending is a practical way to help the poor world-wide, at low cost and with significant results.
Lapham holds that the current laissez-faire theories of government do America an injustice. They don’t speak to the best of our character; neither do they express the cherished ideal embodied in the history of a courageous people, namely, the love of freedom.
Carroll examines the historic "just war" theory as applied to the current terrorist situation.
The military tribunal proposal seriously threatens America's basic Constitutional rights.
What is needed more than anything is for Americans to show leadership not just in destroying, but also in rebuilding.
An analysis of news outlets around the world reveals a strong opposition to U.S. attacks in Afghanistan.