Netanyahu requests a $2 billion increase in military aid on top of the more than $3 billion worth of weaponry that U.S. taxpayers provide to Israel each year.
This nation of immigrants should shelter more Syrian refugees.
The quintessentially American urge “to boldly go,” regardless of consequence, has gotten humanity into a heap of trouble.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the rise of ISIS and U.S. foreign policy since the September 11, 2001 attacks
You’re invited to a discussion with Michael Klare, as he details how rising oil and gas production close to home is enabling a more aggressive stance toward rivals abroad.
An IPS and Community Cinema [DC] preview that captures the explosive emotions and complex realities behind Arizona’s headline-grabbing struggle with illegal immigration.
IPS joins Teaching for Change bookstore, Busboys and Poets, and others to welcome Bruce Rich to discuss and sign his new book on “the world bank and the politics of environmental destruction.”
Thirty years after Rios Montt’s atrocities, U.S. military policy in Latin America remains a human rights disaster.
The peace movement needs to make it clear not only what we are against, but what we are for.
We need a whole new kind of foreign policy based on diplomacy rather than war.
The co-director of the Institute’s Foreign Policy In Focus project discussed the African conflict on the PBS NewsHour.
There is a growing U.S. movement linking human and environmental needs with a demand to end our wars and liberate the vast resources they consume.
Under Obama’s leadership, Washington is finally coming to terms with the world’s multipolarity.
Obama’s real legacy could be accepting America’s changing place in the world.
Obama will need to recast a foreign policy that has been weak or downright contradictory in standing up for the principles he himself has espoused