Come hear two Middle East policy experts and authors, IPS’s Phyllis Bennis and SIPRI’s Dan Smith, discuss how to build peace and justice in the region that plays such a pivotal role in global politics.
Taking the diplomatic road on Iraq and Syria would let Sanders get back to the business he started in 2002 — making space between himself and Hillary Clinton on the Middle East.
You’re invited to celebrate with us and many of the peace activists who worked hard to defend the “Iran Deal.”
Hint: it wasn’t the candidates.
Phyllis Bennis: “Everyone is safer with this deal — because everyone is safer when we use diplomacy instead of war.”
Will the monumental deal lay the foundation for creating a nuclear free zone throughout the Middle East?
Open Letter Urges Congress to Take Path of Diplomacy, Not War
Negotiators in Switzerland just won a huge victory for diplomacy over war. Now we’ve got to protect it.
Rare are the moments when enormously complex situations lend themselves to unambiguous yes-or-no answers. This is one of them.
Attend this debrief on what lies ahead in the wake of the 2012 coup d’etat, presented by Mali Watch, IPS’ Foreign Policy In Focus invite you to.
We welcome the U.S. Peace Caravan, which will reach Washington, DC, after a long journey throughout Mexico and the United States.
The U.S. Institute for Peace wants to change its name. What’s the matter with peace all of the sudden?
Major national organizations call for ceasefire in Libya, de-funding of U.S. military and intelligence operations. They call for an internationally-led ceasefire and negotiations between the warring parties, generous humanitarian assistance, and a strict arms embargo.
A call to Congress for a cease-fire in Libya, issued by U.S. Non-Governmental Organizations that support human rights and democracy in Africa.
A moment of verse, brought to you by the folks from Split This Rock Poetry Festival.