Tagged: international law
What does it mean for international relations when the most powerful country in the world becomes a pariah state?
As the president-elect promises to increase military spending, we must reflect on what comes with war.
Beltway pundits are far more supportive of Israeli settlements than the American public.
The U.S. conducts drone strikes worldwide with relative impunity. But when the first strike hits the United States, the real blowback will begin.
In a world awash with weak states, powerful weapons, and crumbling institutions, conflicts can easily continue for generations — and perhaps never end.
Housing demolitions create an environment of constant anxiety for Palestinians in the West Bank and Jerusalem, increasing the likelihood of violent retaliation.
The Institute for Policy Studies joins the Center for International Environmental Law, and Oxfam to invite you to the D.C. community discussion on the amicus curiae brief in the Pac Rim Cayman LLC v. Republic of El Salvador case
John Kerry may have just accidentally earned himself a Nobel Peace Prize.
International law exists in theory, not practice.
IPS Fellow Phyllis Bennis and activist/author Omar Barghouti will discuss Palestinian and global campaigns to make Israel comply with international law and human rights.