In a world of more than seven billion people, we can probably assume that at any given time, somebody somewhere is protesting something. And although it's not for lack of trying (journalists love themselves some protests), reporters are simply not able to cover each and every one. Sometimes this i ... More >>
BenihanaGet out the knives! It's fight time!It's a good thing Yelp isn't popular in Kuwait. Because that would mean a lot of lawsuits would be coming up. Yes, Mark Makhou, a blogger in Kuwait, has been sued for $18,000 for writing a negative review of chain restaurant Benihana on his blog ... More >>
Back with an update but the same sensibility, the director shows us that happiness is a state of mind
George Mitchell has actually achieved something as a peace-maker, helping to effect the Good Friday Agreement that virtually ended decades of strife in Northern Ireland, so maybe he can knock some sense into the heads of those crazy Hatfields and McCoys over in the Middle East, to which President O ... More >>
Europe's Muslim womenand the men who murder them. Two Islam-themed plays at St. Ann's Warehouse.
The divisive director's controversial new film is, he says, just one man's attempt to stop the war
Our European allies in the CIA's criminal missions are finally held accountable
CIA war crimes in Europe are now under official investigation there, but not here
State Department calls protest a P.R. stunt
Condoleezza Rice's failed European mission to reignite faith in U.S. rule of law
Her vote, her constituents, her conscience
Remembering a nation on the brink of the Iraq war
In Italy: Arrest warrants issued for 13 CIA agents for kidnapping a terrorist suspect
U.S. ally Uzbekistan teaches interrogators how to boil suspected terrorists to death
The new secretary of state, the president's confidante, plays by his code of justice
Ronald Reagan's old enemy becomes George Bush's new friend in Iraq
Never mind the body count. When reality annoys you, simply ignore it.
Prawn salad and occupation politics with the dictator's defense attorney
The undefeated take their turn at writing history
Don't come back to Iraq, my friend said. I don't care how badly you want to.
It's bad, it's disgusting, it's wrong. But is it torture? Lawyers have some explaining to do.
Picking up the pieces of 9-11, putting them in order, trying to make sense
Israeli Pol Tests U.S. Waters for a New 'Geneva Accord'
Iraq, Syria . . . Gee, What's Next?
That's Saddam We're Talking About
Long-Term Damage From a Short-Term War
As the Looters Run Out of Loot, Layers of Disaster Remain
Iraq's Divided Pop World Awaits Life in the War's Wake
War Reporting Is Risky Business
It's the Post-War Economy, Stupid!
'If We're Not in the Room, Who Is to Say?'
Protesters in Turkey Tell Uncle Sam to Go Home
A Grad Student Mimicked Saddam Over the Airwaves
Bush Pulls a Grieving Nation Into War
Advocates Warn of Thirst and Turmoil for a Parched Planet
The New Age of Anxiety
Whos Afraid of John Ashcroft?
Israeli Arabs Are Key to NegotiationsSo Why Are They Still on the Periphery?
Coping With Terrorism Is Part of Ordinary Life in Israel
Defending Arabs and Muslims in the Age of the New War
Houston Takes the Title in a Year of Transition
How Bush Met His Maker in South Carolina
How the U.S. undid UNSCOM through its empire of electronic ears