President Bush said that Iraqi disarmament could be reached peacefully if the "collective will of the world is strong," but warned that Saddam Hussein could face "his final stage" as Iraq's leader if he deceives United Nations weapons inspectors.
Experts examine the forces behind recent election victories for Islamist political parties in Turkey and Pakistan and discuss the effects of U.S. foreign policy on voter sentiment in the Islamic world.
A team of top United Nations weapons officials and logistics experts arrived in Baghdad Monday to lay the groundwork for the resumption of international inspections for the first time in four years.
The FBI warned Friday that al-Qaida may be planning a "spectacular" attack against the United States, intended to inflict "mass casualties" and cause "severe damage" to the economy.
As Congress considers a variety of bills aimed at helping the nation protect itself against future terrorist attacks, analysts debate the need for terrorism insurance legislation.
Ray Suarez discusses U.S. preparations for a potential future terrorist attack with three security specialists.
Saddam Hussein's government on Wednesday accepted a United Nations resolution calling on Iraq to eliminate its alleged weapons of mass destruction and readmit U.N. weapons inspectors.
The upper house of Russia's parliament on Wednesday passed new media restrictions allowing authorities to exert more control over the reporting of terrorist attacks and major crises like last month's Moscow theater hostage standoff.
Mohammed Al-Douri, Iraq's ambassador to the United Nations, talks with reporters about his country's decision to accept a U.N. resolution requiring Iraq to disarm and readmit weapons inspectors.
Margaret Warner discusses the significance of a new audio tape said to be from Osama bin Laden with three terrorism experts.
Support Provided By: Learn more
Subscribe to our Global Dispatch Newsletter for updates, photos and features from the PBS NewsHour’s foreign affairs beat.
Support for World Provided By: