Russian and Georgian leaders have signed a cease-fire agreement, but while Moscow claims the fighting is over, the signs on the ground suggest something very different. What is Russia really up to and will the international community be able to do anything about it? Tell us what you think Russia’s real ambitions are?
A growing number of experts say longtime Delaware Sen. Joe Biden is poised to be named as Obama’s running mate. What do you think? Good choice for his foreign policy experience? Or bad choice because he’s known to be longwinded and has been in Washington forever?
Next week is the Democratic National Convention in Denver. Most experts believe Barack Obama will announce his running mate this week. Who will it be? What should matter most to Obama in picking a VP? Tell us who you believe will be on the Democratic ticket with Obama and why!
On Monday, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf resigned just as his impeachment trial was scheduled to begin. So what does it mean for the United States that Musharraf is out? Will it help or hinder our efforts in the war against Islamic extremists? And what happens to the Pakistani nukes? Share your thoughts on this major transition and tell us what the U.S. policy ought to be towards Pakistan?
President Pervez Musharraf may have to resign instead of facing impeachment charges.
Colin Powell is reportedly going to endorse Barack Obama for President of the United States. Bill Kristol says so…
What does this mean for John McCain? Does race enter into this? Is it really a big deal?
The Russian army has split the nation of Georgia in half with the capture of Gori, the main highway in that country. Does Ossetia have the right to secede from Georgia? Are the Russians taking the right course of action? Is Georgia truly a democratic haven in Eastern Europe? Should the international community get involved militarily?
The human cost of war. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/7554420.stm
Lt. Pete Hegseth served in Samarra, Iraq, when the Golden Mosque was attacked and violence and chaos were commonplace. Now he’s walking the streets with U.S. troops and seeing a very different place. Listen to the podcast of our interview with Lt. Hegseth and tell us what you think about the latest developments in Iraq.