Students at University of California campuses are outraged. There's war in Afghanistan. The Occupy nation is trying to prevent big banks, many of which were bailed out by taxpayers, from foreclosing on American homes. And student fees and tuition have just about tripled in the last 10 years. But w ... More >>
MAPSShould soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan get treated for post-traumatic stress disorder with ... weed? A proposal to study whether or not marijuana can help vets cope with PTSD is gaining steam. The New York Times took a look at the idea from the California-based Multidiscipli ... More >>
Veterans returning home face many problems of transition, and in this economy, just finding a job can be one of them. According to PR Newswire, currently more than 250,000 U.S. veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are unemployed, and the rate of unemployment for veterans ages 18 to 24 ... More >>
A political expat teams with David Lynch to create an ethereal gem
Photojournalism at Its Best
British Director Havana Marking's Feature Doc on Singing for Fame in a Wartorn Country
Al-Jazeera reporter who interviewed bin Laden runs into trouble in Spain
A deposed legend tells his side of the story
10 days in Afghanistan
The non-persons of Osama and Crimson Gold
Bush’s unhealthy relationship with reality
The Weekly’s Ben Ehrenreich reports from Kabul
The strange case of two Afghanistan editors and their now-closed critical paper
Questions for my government
James Nachtwey has spent a lifetime on the frontlines of the world’s worst calamities. Here, the photojournalist talks about the burden of documenting war, famine, poverty and human-rights abuses.
Only fear and loathing remain
Dealing with nuclear fears and rumors of 20 U.S. troops being held hostage
A letter from Pakistan
Who knows for sure what Islam has to say about women?
A Letter from Pakistan
New Iranian films, Old World dilemmas
A letter from Pakistan
Their blowback . . . and ours
Coming battles in the War on Terror
What an all-out search could mean for my country
My hopes for Afghanistan
After the Taliban, will Afghanistan’s women really be free?
Kabul’s gain is Pakistan’s loss
Reading list: Week 8
Is Osama bin Laden a terrorist or soldier, and does it matter?
The soap opera everyone tunes in
George Bush’s mighty campaign for a place in history
Last week, Mir Tamim Ansary sent out an e-mail. Now he’s a sought-after expert