November 2003 • Volume 14, NO. 9
Human logic should show America and Britain that they can’t win the war against terrorism. But there is also a hidden reason why we can’t win—unless gigantic changes are made.
What looked like conquest in Iraq has become a guerrilla war. Skyrocketing war and reconstruction costs are forcing the United States to make some unsavory compromises. Here is the outrageous story of who stands to benefit.
Five keys for making sense of current events
Feeding America’s immoderate appetite for oil comes with a high cost—and a measure of peril.
Europe’s economic influence in the world increases as the economic dominance of the U.S. declines.
How to confront stress and take on a positive, peaceful mind!
Prescription drugs is a hot political topic, and use of medications is soaring, among all ages. How much of this craze is borne of legitimate need—and how much are we relying on legal drugs to compensate for our bad behavior?