Slapping sanctions onto three different countries with vastly different foreign policy challenges doesn’t work in the real world, Phyllis Bennis tells The Real News.
Ali Issa will discuss his new book, featuring interviews with and reports from Iraqi feminists, labor organizers, environmentalists, and protest movement leaders.
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.
Human rights advocates, diplomats, scholars, authors, and grassroots activists come together in this first-of-its-kind international summit examining Saudi-U.S. relations.
Americans must take responsibility for the havoc their government is perpetuating in the Middle East.
A panel discussion forum, featuring IPS’ Phyllis Bennis, on the current situation in Iraq and Syria and what we should know about ISIS.
It has become all too common, with crises spiraling out of control in Gaza, Iraq, Ukraine, and elsewhere, to criticize the U.S. president for making his personal style of detachment into a national policy of disengagement.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the Israeli attack on Gaza.
What did Iran do to us to merit heavy U.S. sanctions? The media doesn’t ask this question.
The question in Washington should be: will adding fuel to the violence make matters worse?
Journalist, filmmaker, author, professor, and IPSer Saul Landau joined Democracy Now to discuss his new film “Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up,” about U.S. support for violent anti-Castro militants.
Join us for Apocalypse Africa: Made In America, showing top-secret data, hidden documents and other sources obtained from government archives to reveal links between the destruction of Africa and those who influence American foreign policy.
Can a superpower act morally in its foreign policy? Recent evidence of U.S. conducts suggests otherwise.
Emira Woods will present remarks reflecting upon the US Farm Bill impacts on international agricultural trade and African food (in)security. She will focus on the role of US food aid and trade policies in food (in)security in Africa and around the world.
The U.S. foreign-policy establishment needs counseling.