The United States will devote $90 million to finding and disposing of 50-year-old unexploded bombs.
A Mexican fair trade activist offers lessons from NAFTA.
The president shifts focus to the next administration to solve inequality.
A letter from environmental, social justice, faith, consumer and partner organizations.
President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline while backing increased oil, gas, and coal production.
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.
All the undocumented farm workers who harvest our food deserve a chance to live without fear of deportation.
President Obama’s decision to bomb Syria stands in stark violation of international law, the UN Charter, and the requirements of the U.S. Constitution.
President Obama’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly reflected some of the extraordinary shifts in global politics that have taken shape in the last six or eight weeks. – Article originally appeared on The Nation’s blog.
Joint Statement by Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. and Phyllis Bennis: “Forceful Diplomacy, Not Military Force” in Syria
Today we have the possibility to turn the threat of war around. There is renewed hope that the global community can make that turn now, today.
A weekly roundup of what IPS personalities are talking about.
An open statement by the Africa Advocacy Network is critical of the Obama Administration’s policy toward Africa and calls for a new approach to trade and investment, militarization, agriculture and land policy, and more in the region.
Africa Policy Leaders Demand a New Direction in President Obama’s Policy toward the African Continent
As President Obama plans trip to Senegal, Tanzania, and South Africa, a press conference at the National Press Club will give voice to those calling for change in his Africa policy.
Focusing on the executive actions you can take without Congress is a great idea, Mr. President.
Four actions that Obama can take now, without Congress, to address climate change. Obama doesn’t have to wait for Congress to act, and we don’t have to wait for Obama, either.