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For U.S. communities dependent on the same industries that have brought Russia to its knees, the time to start planning an economic transition is now.
The developed world has pledged $9.5 billion to help fight climate change. But it's going to take hundreds of billions more.
The vote could represent an international shift where Washington is no longer the center of negotiating peace between Israel and Palestine.
After less than two years as U.S. Secretary of Defense, what progress did Chuck Hagel make on the withdrawal in Afghanistan, the Pentagon budget, and the rise of the Islamic State?
While the European Union’s new banker pay standards may be imperfect, they do represent tougher regulations that the U.S. can learn from.
Defense-dependent communities need to start diversifying their economies now, before shifts in Pentagon spending leave them with few viable alternatives.
The hottest conflicts raging at the moment defy easy answers.
Vladimir Putin is not reviving the Cold War. Rather, the U.S. failed to end it when it had the chance.
At a time of multiple environmental and social crises and an unprecedented expansion in the power of transnational corporations (TNCs), it has never been more urgent to exert social controls over such powerful institutions.
It has become all too common, with crises spiraling out of control in Gaza, Iraq, Ukraine, and elsewhere, to criticize the U.S. president for making his personal style of detachment into a national policy of disengagement.