You’re cordially invited to attend a DC screening featuring IPS Fellow Phyllis Bennis followed by a Q&A with the film’s Director, Amir Amirani.
U.S. bombs hit a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan, leaving at least 22 dead.
The chain of events set into motion by the U.S. invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq is reaching its logical conclusion — the disintegration of multi-ethnic states and a great expulsion of innocents.
Telling the Truth. Learning the Lessons at the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam Peace Movement.
“I would assert that the only public event that is appropriate for George W. Bush — and others of his administration — to attend would be in The Hague, standing trial for war crimes,” she says.
Before Obama’s State of the Union address falls out of the news cycle, here are the foreign policy tidbits you need to remember.
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?
Phyllis Bennis discusses President Obama’s West Point speech, the Afghanistan withdrawal, Syria’s ongoing crisis, and Pope Francis’ historic visit to Israel and Palestine.
Veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are holding the U.S. government accountable for innocent victims on all sides of the fighting.
The U.S. war in Iraq may be over, but we owe an apology to all those who suffered from the war.
Comparing Hugo Chavez’s accomplishments to his U.S. obits was like taking a trip through Alice’s looking glass.
Barack Obama’s SOTU speech emphasizes “nation-building at home.” But that doesn’t mean an end to nation-bombing abroad.
Three scenarios for how the U.S. might manage its involvement in Afghanistan between now and 2014.
David Petraeus was always smoke and mirrors, always the farce, even if the denizens of Washington didn’t know it.