Father Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann was a man who spoke truth to power and expected others to do the same.
IPS Fellow, Phyllis Bennis will explain why further military engagement by the U.S. is not the way to end the horrific carnage in Syria.
What does it mean for international relations when the most powerful country in the world becomes a pariah state?
Beltway pundits are far more supportive of Israeli settlements than the American public.
The U.S.’ decision to abstain from a UN resolution on Israel will have long term effects, Bennis tells Press TV.
If the Senate took the United Nations seriously, they would insist on a serious diplomat, Bennis told the Real News Network.
A relentless, four-year onslaught by Donald Trump and his allies will have a terrible effect.
In the second issues of the International Review of Contemporary Law, dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations Charter, Phyllis Bennis writes about the Paris climate talks, the UN, terrorism, and the global war on terror.
In an interview with MSNBC, Phyllis Bennis says Trump’s speech was reminiscent of Nixon’s call when he was running for president and said, ‘I have a secret plan to end the war.’
IPS Peace Economy Transitions director, Miriam Pemberton, will speak about the trends and implications of military spending during a discussion at the United Nation’s headquarters.
In the latest Republican Debate, Donald Trump vows to bring back waterboarding — an impeachable offence.
This UN presence marks another important step forward to obtaining true independent oversight and justice for many who have lost their families to anti-Black police terrorism.
This Institute for Policy Studies is a proud co-sponsor of this DMV Community Town Hall for a UN Working Group to hear from the Black community directly impacted by issues like gentrification, police brutality, and gender oppressions.
You may have heard that “both sides” committed abuses in last Gaza war. But there’s no comparison when it comes to the scale of the violations — or the body count.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the Iranian nuclear agreement as a beginning, not an end, for relations between the U.S. and Iran