Peter Certo is the editorial manager of the Institute for Policy Studies. He edits its Foreign Policy In Focus and OtherWords services, contributes regularly to both outlets, and works with IPS experts to develop writing for mainstream and progressive publications.
Budget priorities are finally getting a hearing in Washington — let’s not waste it.
Repeal of DADT came with a catch.
Washington has not been very helpful in defusing tensions over the Yeonpyeong Island attack.
A new book by Caleb Rossiter explores the roots of the U.S. tendency toward intervention overseas.
In its final report on the sinking of its naval vessel ROKS Cheonan, the South Korean government puts the blame squarely on North Korea. But many questions remain unanswered.
The Deficit Reduction Commission surprises with recommendations to reduce the Pentagon budget.
After initial bucking, Tea Partiers soon hew to the Republican line on defense.
No amount of expensive innovation in arms can provide for a sustainable counterinsurgency operation.
Artist Edgar Endress talks about his work on immigration, the currency of eks, and the Balkanization of Bolivia.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has yielded little, but has bolstered his own political standing without jeopardizing U.S. support.