Tagged: U.s. Foreign Policy
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.
For the last in a three part series honoring African Liberation Day, IPS’ Foreign Policy In Focus project will hold a screening on the United States' involvement in the downfall of Africa.
Can a superpower act morally in its foreign policy? Recent evidence of U.S. conducts suggests otherwise.
IPS Foreign Policy In Focus Co-Director Emira Woods will speak at American University’s School of International Service’s spring symposium.
The U.S. foreign-policy establishment needs counseling.
John Feffer will share the topic of his new book with Knowledge Commons DC.