From Kabul to Atlanta and Baghdad to Minneapolis, we need to end systemic racism and the militarism that makes it even deadlier.
Across the globe, policies once dismissed as impossible have been implemented. To get America out of its post-pandemic slump, bold thinking is essential.
Between COVID-19, the resulting economic depression, and structural racism, Black Immigrant Domestic Workers are att he epicenter of three converging crises.
There’s a lot of bad news out there, but I hope we’ll celebrate amid the pain.
America’s racism is destroying its advanced status in real time — and with it, the most redeeming parts of liberal internationalism.
Wealthy corporations may use trade courts to keep public health measures from cutting into their profits.
The G7 kicked Russia out over its invasion of Crimea. Does the U.S. assault on international laws, treaties, and democracy warrant the same treatment?
Prison infection rates are out of control. We must release more vulnerable and low-risk people now if we’re serious about public safety.
COVID-19 continues to aggravate deeply embedded inequalities. We need bold policy solutions aimed at bridging the racial wealth divide now more than ever.
Tiny Portugal Shows America the Right Way to Treat Essential Immigrants During the Coronavirus Crisis
Don’t ban the immigrants we need for essential jobs — welcome them with open arms and full rights.
Beyond performing essential labor, we are humans — and, in a pandemic, that should be enough to deserve help.
The IPS Climate Policy Program and 339 other organizations are calling on Congress to support ordinary people through this crisis, not the fossil fuel industry.
We need a collective response to the coronavirus crisis to bring out the best of humanity.
The pre-existing crisis of legitimacy for the rulers is compounded by the government’s inept response to the pandemic.
International cooperation needs to take priority right now, and countries must stop their wars against one another and against their own populations.