War on Terrorism
War on Terrorism web sites Directory. Websites about political issues, media covering the global
war on terrorism, articles, columns, broadcasts, background, documents and links about international fight against terrorism.
Also websites with news, analysis and comments regarding human rights violations during the anti-terror campaign.
Finding Disaster Coverage At Search Engines
Following the unprecedented terrorist attack on the United States, web users turned en masse to search engines for information. It took those services some time to adjust to the demand, but as the day progressed, many came up to speed.
The War on What?
Thomas L. Friedman discusses Indonesian fears about the effects of US foreign policy on the democratic development of the country. New York Times, US (free registration required).
Foreign Policy In Focus: Justice Not War
Provides information about groups and coalitions that oppose current US foreign politics, official statements, dates of events, a film guide and analysis.
Yahoo News with Katie Couric
Still no sign of Malaysian jet lost in 'unprecedented mystery'
Katie Couric introduces herself as the global anchor of Yahoo News and reveals her next interview.
Russia weighs Ukraine talks but won't budge on Crimea
"As far as we are concerned, we have to find the aircraft, we have to find a piece of the aircraft if possible," says a senior official.
Diplomatic efforts to calm the Ukraine crisis inched forward Monday, with Moscow saying it would consider Western proposals for talks on the standoff but insisting Crimea had the right to secede. Britain said Russian President Vladimir Putin had promised to meet with his foreign minister Monday to discuss the possibility of creating an "international contact group" -- his first indication he may be willing to take part in the talks being pushed by the US and Germany to ease the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War. But that embryonic sign of diplomatic progress came against the backdrop of Putin's recognition Sunday of Crimea's self-declared leaders as the breakaway peninsula's "legitimate" authorities. German Chancellor Angela Merkel rebuked the Russian strongman for his comments, telling him Crimea's planned March 16 referendum on joining Russia was illegal.