Regions / North America
Both American and Japanese officials typically leave the government for cushy jobs in the nuclear-energy industry.
Jihadists see a window of opportunity in Libya.
Nuclear energy is just another U.S. industry that requires federal subsidies.
Juveniles at Guantanamo: unlawfully apprehended and unlawfully detained.
Conservative fear-mongers are trying to create a controversy around the practice of Islam in this country by elevating ridiculous warnings about "Shariah law."
The new film by IPS fellow Saul Landau is an effective and at times chilling portrait of one of the last Cold War conflicts still playing out.
Luis Posada Carriles, now in his 80s, has returned to Miami as a triumphant hero after an El Paso jury acquitted him of 11 counts of lying on an immigration form.
The Obama administration faces a scandal around a U.S. gunrunning operation to Mexico.
Mexico's House of Deputies has brought the country to the cusp of a police state.
In a new book of interviews, Tobias Endler explores the role and aspirations of public intellectuals like Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn and how they reach out to their preferred audiences.