Today there are many pending wars in the world but none of them seems to be a threat of a new World war or do they?Wars on the Middle East,violent demonstrations in Greece and China,terrorist attacks in Pakistan and India,the crisis between Russia and Georgia,Iran and South Koreas` development of nu


Should NATO Expand to the East ? Will the proposed NATO expansion consolidate or eliminate stability in Europe ?


Should mercenaries be recognised as a legitimate part of warfare and given the same rights as soldiers?


Should the United States participate in UN peacekeeping operations and, if so, should the United States permit its troops to serve as UN troops (rather than as US troops under an independent command)?


Should we be governed by a 'world government', with the United Nations Assembly becoming a directly elected parliament? Should nation-states give up more of their sovereignty to supranational institutions?


Should the United States do more to prevent illegal immigration and seek to identify and expel illegal aliens? Or should it pursue immigration reform, for example by granting an amnesty for existing illegal immigrants, and offering legal guest worker programs?


The Pentagon has drawn up a report that accuses Wikileaks of being a threat to US national security. Wikileaks is a website where whistleblowers can publish documents anonymously without fear that they can be tracked and therefore punished. The website has published videos of the US army and Air for


Some people justify the massive expansion of CCTV by saying that law abiding citizens should have nothing to hide. And it is true that some criminals have been caught as a result. However, the fact is that surveillance culture is a huge risk to individual freedom and we should be very worried abou


Should outside nations or international organisations become involved in the military conflict in the Russian province of Chechnya?