Issues / Government & Politics
The attempted military coup in Turkey and the possibility of a President Trump may have more Americans considering the military option.
IPS scholars James Early and Netfa Freeman talk about how new diplomatic relations with Cuba give us a chance to see the response from the Cuban people and move forward in the battle to end the embargo.
Many "no" voters are experiencing buyer's remorse, but this could be the wake up call the leadership in Brussels needs to make the EU a more responsive institution.
The breaking of Euro-North American spheres of dominance would be a victory for the internationalism represented by movements for social, political, and economic integration in Africa and Latin America.
The 2016 vote may have been a disappointment to Spain's insurgent progressives. But they've proven they're here to stay.
In the second issues of the International Review of Contemporary Law, dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations Charter, Phyllis Bennis writes about the Paris climate talks, the UN, terrorism, and the global war on terror.
Donald Trump's campaign has highlighted a division between "America A" and "America B," but a much more ominous political force could emerge in 2020.
Clinton could address voter skepticism and shatter another glass ceiling by creating the first all-female presidential ticket.
House Democrats are legitimizing error-prone, Islamophobic terrorist "watch lists" as the basis for gun control. That won't make anyone safer.
Far-right nationalists and neoliberal capitalists will survive the demise of institutions like the EU. What about the rest of us?