Miriam Pemberton, Institute for Policy Studies Associate Fellow, “Six Stops on the National Security Tour: Rethinking Warfare Economies”
How billionaires pay millions to hide trillions.
How ordinary people saved a country from corporate greed.
Would this help reduce income inequality were it come to pass?
Growing Apart: A Political History of American Inequality, a new publication of Inequality.org by Colin Gordon, dives deeply into history, explores current events, and examines the root causes of inequality.
How one internally displaced Colombian found himself caught between rebels and paramilitaries — and how he suffered for it.
This excerpt from scholar and activist Lawrence Wittner’s autobiography recounts a visit to the Soviet Union and an unusual historical find.
Can a superpower act morally in its foreign policy? Recent evidence of U.S. conducts suggests otherwise.
This edited volume reveals how a permanent war economy has made the United States unable to spread democracy abroad and has worsened domestic problems.
Chuck Collins’ new book provides revealing and powerful information about inequality in all realms of today’s world, including individual wealth and power, corporate wealth and power, media control, political influence, and other areas.
Crusade 2.0 examines the resurgence of anti-Islamic sentiment in the West and its global implications.
Collection of more than 125 Foreign Policy In Focus columns covering war, peace, terrorism, global economics, culture, democracy, and the environment.
In this excerpt from a new graphic novel, a young protester goes missing after a mass demonstration in the aftermath of Iran’s 2009 elections.
In this excerpt from a new book of narratives about men and women needlessly swept up in the War on Terror, the FBI inadvertently reveals the scope of its surveillance.
These excerpts from narratives of three survivors of Burma’s military regime are a powerful evocation of life during wartime.