On the eve of Copenhagen, momentum is still falling short of what’s needed to prevent disaster. And Africa will feel the effects most of all.
Bush’s use of torture and Truman’s use of nuclear weapons bear some sinister parallels.
Report of the Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy Regarding the Model Bilateral Investment Treaty
IPS participated in this Obama administration review process.
Civil society proposals to fix the global financial system would benefit ordinary people in impoverished countries and in the United States.
The 16th annual Institute for Policy Studies “Executive Excess” report exposes this year’s windfalls for top financial bailout recipients.
In addition to creating an existential threat to the planet and its people, rapidly accelerating climate change is a security challenge.
A report presented to the United States Department of State and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
Grassroots leaders provide solutions for a just foreign policy in Africa.
It costs $250 billion a year to maintain the U.S. empire.
In its fight against the Taliban, the Pakistani government is battling a creature of its own making.
Chevron’s annual report fails to tell of how its massive financial returns destroy communities and the environment. This report does.
The Bank’s management tried to stifle an internal report that found that its funds are vulnerable to theft and diversion.
The European Union may be about to bump up its game. But first, the people of Europe have to give their okay.
To deal with big crises, we have to think big, and that means starting with our cities.
Nancy Pelosi’s record on the Middle East tacks right and undermines human rights.