Our wildly inflated fear of terrorism is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The Institute for Policy Studies teams up with Naked Edge Films and other co-sponsors on a screening about three National Security whistleblowers who fought to reveal the darkest corners of America's war on terror, challenging a government that is increasingly determined to maintain secrecy.
In conversation with IPS Fellow Phyllis Bennis, IPS and Teaching for Change welcomes Victoria Brittain to discuss and sign her new book.
A look at the news after the memorialization of 9/11 reveals an America that systematically attempts to erase its fingerprints from world events.
Noam Chomsky updates his classic text with reflections on the death of Osama bin Laden.
But there is a way for change we can believe in to come to pass after all.
This is, of course, the week before the tenth anniversary of the day that "changed everything."
The words of IPS fellow Phyllis Bennis following the attacks of September 11th still resonate today, as we examine not only the attacks from al-Qaeda, but the decision by the U.S. to attack Afghanistan less than a month later.
Back from sabbatical, our director reflects on the challenged of the day and how the Obama administration can face them.
The U.S. Institute for Peace wants to change its name. What's the matter with peace all of the sudden?