Not every think tank could weather FBI infiltration, scapegoating by right-wing extremists, and even a car-bomb assassination.
Mark your calendars for a great weekend to extol 50 years of the Institute for Policy Studies being an independent center of thought and action in the nation’s capital!
Highlights over the past 50 years, from the antiwar and civil rights movements in the 1960s to recent peace and global justice movements to the Occupy movement.
George Washington University Library held an event to honor IPS co-founder Marcus Raskin, whose collected papers will be archived at the library’s Special Collection Research Center.
Back from sabbatical, our director reflects on the challenged of the day and how the Obama administration can face them.
Over the last decade, military spending has nearly doubled. We have a bold vision about ending waste in the vast military budget, and providing a road map on how to shift security resources more effectively.
Democracy Spring? The Great Neocon Refudiation?
Obama’s second State of the Union address sandwiched crummy policies between slices of inspiration.
Beck can scapegoat us all he wants, but IPS and other independent organizations will continue to fight the good fight.
The Institute for Policy Studies entered 2009 determined to help transform the hope that surrounded Obama’s historic victory into meaningful change.
Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet’s death robbed his victims and their families of the chance to obtain full justice. But they can still pursue the full truth. And the U.S. government can help.
Maher Arar’s chilling case represents an opportunity for the new Democratic leadership in Congress to show the world that America has not entirely forgotten its proud history on human rights.
Barred from entering the U.S., Arar delivered his acceptance speech for the Letelier-Moffitt International Human Rights Award in a videotaped speech.