“First, do no harm,” Phyllis Bennis tells Campaign For America’s Future. If we want to defeat ISIS, we must “Stop the drone attacks. Stop the air strikes.”
IPS’s Phyllis Bennis tells Common Dreams that the kind of bombings these officials are calling for is very dangerous and further antagonizing Russia will do nothing to bring peace to the Syrian people.
Black Americans will never trust the police without serious measures to reduce police violence and improve accountability.
Clinton is right: Trump would be a disaster on foreign policy. But her refusal to engage with the alternative offered by Sanders says more about her own war-driven approach than anything else.
IPS’s Phyllis Bennis tells the Real News Network that although Clinton rightfully used her national security speech to condemn the bigotry and danger of Trump’s positions, she didn’t lay out a much better alternative.
Donald Trump should lose in November. But when you add a joker to the game, it throws off the odds.
Obama’s mixed record on nukes leaves us wondering if we’re in any less danger of a nuclear war than we were during the Cold War.
IPS expert Phyllis Bennis and renowned film-maker Amir Amirani will discuss the prospects for U.S. foreign policy and the U.S. war agenda in light of the astonishing presidential primaries.
Join IPS foreign policy experts in discussing how the U.S. can move from a state of perpetual war, to a more peaceful internationalism.
BlackRock, the top money manager in the world, claims to want to link performance with executive compensation. But its actions tell a different story.
American elites don’t have to go to Panama to hide their money — they can go to Delaware.
Big Pharma company Pfizer is currently evading $40 billion in tax obligations and trying to make that permanent through a tax-dodging marriage with Irish firm Allergen.
An assessment of Clinton’s AIPAC speech and Sanders’s Middle East speech reveals their divergent approaches to the US’s closest ally, Israel
The numbers suggest that a broad coalition of Americans support a pro-worker economic agenda.
The two Democratic Party White House hopefuls agree on cutting back the after-tax incomes of America’s rich. They disagree significantly on how much.