The Bank’s management tried to stifle an internal report that found that its funds are vulnerable to theft and diversion.
The European Union may be about to bump up its game. But first, the people of Europe have to give their okay.
To deal with big crises, we have to think big, and that means starting with our cities.
Nancy Pelosi’s record on the Middle East tacks right and undermines human rights.
Every administration promises great change, how does Obama stack up?
Tax Day 2009 will come upon a time of financial crisis and extreme economic inequality. The Institute for Policy Studies proposes a series of measures to alleviate both problems.
Transform social awareness in your city to address human rights issues on a local level.
Many taxpayer subsidies for executive excess have not yet hit the headlines.
U.S. security requires that policymakers take a broader view of Africa’s security needs and a multilateral approach to addressing them.
An easy-to-follow breakdown of the far-reaching federal stimulus plan.
Predators, reapers, and imperial graveyards: Washington’s language betrays its stubborn imperial ambitions.
Why is South Korean military spending going up even at a time of global recession?
IPS scholars find that taxes on the wealthy don’t hurt consumption, and discourage the type of speculation that fueled the high-tech and housing bubbles.
Remembering recent history.
This memo summarizes the key provisions in the stimulus legislation to restrict compensation for executives of bailed-out companies.