The Democrat´s viewpoint of U.S policy abroad.
Global Governance, the Battle over Planetary Power.
Kristin Dawkins book Global Governance: the battle for planetary power is an excellent introduction to geo-politics. Kristin would like to see national governments embrace global democracy.
Interview with an Iranian Girl
Iranian girl, graduate student in the U.S., on living in America: "You can go to a church or a mosque and nobody asks you why."
Kuwaiti Women Vote for the First Time
For the first time Kuwaiti women went into the polls to elect a new parliament. While twenty-seven of the two hundred and fifty candidates were women, none of them won a seat in parliament. But dont think women did not have an impact on the election.
Rinku Sen on Immigration Policy
In the second half of my interview with author and activist Rinku Sen, she discusses the realities of immigration now and her hopes for a better policy in the future.
Rinku Sen on The Accidental American
The author of The Accidental American tells how she came to write the book and discusses the way in which activism and organizing for change can help people heal from tragedy.
Teach Your Children Well
The War on Terror can never won by just killing terrorist. As long as the terrorists speak to the needs of young Muslims, they will always be able to recruit more. We must win this war by winning the hearts and minds, and what better place to start than with the youth.
The Future of Iraq
What is the future of Iraq? New York University’s Center for Global Affairs held a scenarios workshop where an accomplished group of international scholars tried to imagine what Iraq would be like in the year 2010. Their task was to envision a pathway for the region after ‘the surge.’
The Iraq Oil Law An Interview with Bonnie Boyd, Part 1
In this two-part interview with Bonnie Boyd of Pipeline Newsletter, a monthly newsletter on oil markets and political economy, will explain to us the Iraqi oil law and its implications for both Iraqis and Americans. In part one, she provides us with a primer on the Iraq oil law.
The Iraq Oil Law An Interview with Bonnie Boyd, Part 2
In this two-part interview Bonnie Boyd of Pipeline Newsletter, a monthly newsletter on oil markets and political economy, will explain to us the Iraqi oil law and its implications for both Iraqis and Americans. Now in part two, she explains the implications of the Iraq oil law.
The Iron Lady
Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is the first elected head of state, not only of her country, but of the African continent as well. This divorced mother of four, grandmother of six children; is known to her supporters as the Iron Lady.
Update on Iran
Since my interview with the Iranian girl, some terrible things have been happening in Iran.
Why We Need to Look at the Abu Ghraib Photos
Why look at the Abu Ghraib photos now? We must know what torture looks like. It is our duty as a citizen to let our government know what we as American are willing to accept.
Will the Bush Administration Abandon Democracy in Iraq? Democratic Party Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Democratic Party Site Map
With Iraq facing its worse violence ever and the other democracy in the Middle East, having faced thirty-four days of bombing, what message is the Middle East learning about democracy? Is our failed foreign policy serving as a warning that democracy might be dangerous to your safety and security?
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