Am sure others will be ahead of me on this, but you may be interested in the following:
Democratiya is a free bi-monthly online review of books. Our interests will range over war, peace, just war, and humanitarian interventionism; human rights, genocide, crimes against humanity and the responsibility to protect and rescue; the United Nations, international law and the doctrine of the international community; as well as democratisation, social and labour movements, 'global civil society', 'global social democracy', and Sennian development-as-freedom.
The project has been organised by one of the authors of the statement 'Communties United Against Terror', Alan Johnson. Further details are available at http://www.democratiya.com/aboutus.asp
In the first issue you will find an interview with Jean Bethke Elshtain, the author of "Just War Against Terror: The Burden of American Power in a Violent World".
I rather like sources of book reviews: they can give a good overall sense of opinions as well as being a very good forum for finding interviews.