The poetry of Fred Marchant explores literal battles as well as those of the mind and spirit.
The former defense secretary went on to head the World Bank but could never escape his association with Vietnam.
About 4,000 soldiers are flooding into the southern Taliban stronghold of Helmand Province in the first test of new US strategy.
The prime minister, his ruling coalition under pressure, vows to end policies that favor ethnic Malays and to boost foreign investment.
When Fallujah was more famous for a favored kebab joint than urban combat, Dan Murphy recalls, the Monitor's Chevy would turn toward the city like a meat-seeking missile whenever the team got within 60 miles.
A biography of the journalist who believed he could change the world.
Economic sanctions are designed to send a strong message without prompting a belligerent backlash.