American Archive

Dealing with Burma: Reality versus Rumor

July 12th: According to ‘some’ international news agencies: 500 villages torched, thousands killed by Buddhist mobs and the Burmese army. July 16th: The photos,

Nowhere near a Revolution, maybe winter?

When Raja Khan, a twenty-something father of three from Sindh, lit himself on fire in Islamabad to escape from the misery he found at every

Why We Must Vote

Arm chair politics is a sport everyone eligible to vote in this country loves to play. We pride ourselves on the belief that most

The shootout, the US agent and the media

In late January, Raymond Davis, an American working in Pakistan, allegedly shot and killed two men who he claimed were trying to rob him.

Democracy and Islam

Rendering a decade of U.S. policy irrelevant, the people of the Middle East are transforming the region themselves. The ongoing upheaval in the Arab