The New START treaty is best called an arms affirmation treaty, since ratification will affirm the continued commitment to maintain and fund our nuclear and non-nuclear weapons programs.
The gap between federal spending on military as opposed to climate security has narrowed but compared to China our progress is meager.
The conflict over an aging U.S. military base in Okinawa has not gone away. Rather, it illustrates the very different ideas that Washington and Tokyo have about their alliance.
The United States failed to capitalize on a Peace Dividend. Now, with the economy in a rut and the globe heating up, we have a second chance to shift Pentagon funds to domestic needs with a Green Dividend.
Cuba is starting to transform its state-led economy. U.S. corporations and Cuban emigres are licking their lips at the potential opportunity.
An assessment of finance in global climate negotiations
The 17th annual executive compensation survey looks at how CEOs laid off thousands while raking in millions.
The Pentagon’s plans for cuts won’t change the security spending balance.
The Top 10 Changes to Build a Pro-Labor, Pro-Community and Pro-Environment Trans-Pacific Partnership
With the cost of the war projected to exceed $3 trillion, it’s time to demand that the money being spent on continued occupation in Iraq be spent at home in our own communities now!
The tools you need to lobby your local city council to promote job growth in your community.
Using a Currency Transaction Levy to Raise Resources to Address Global Health and Climate Change in Developing Countries
Top 10 changes to reduce threats to the public interest.
The weakening of the U.S.-Israel relationship will remap the Middle East but also likely usher in a new Pax Americana in the region.
This report estimates that from 1944 to 2009, about 12.7 metric tons of plutonium were discarded at U.S. nuclear weapon production facilities. This is more than three times than the U.S. Department of Energy’s last official estimate of waste losses made in 1996.