President Boric will reflect on the 50th anniversary of the Chilean coup at the site of the assassination of two Institute for Policy Studies colleagues in 1976.
The world has one last shot at reducing global inequality and saving the planet.
If the United States can’t learn to cooperate with China, our future will be one of constant escalation of wars and threats of wars and all that comes with them
What can you do when you’ve run out of options at the local and national levels?
How can activists in the north and south work together to ensure a global just transiti
The White House’s decision to transfer the bombs to Ukraine both escalates the already horrific war and legitimizes a weapon that has no place in our world.
Despite the Biden administration expressing concern about extremist activities of the Netanyahu cabinet, the Pentagon is focusing on Israel’s military capacity amid the protests.
Pity the country that has no armistice, but pity the country that needs an armistice.
Peace activists should be clamoring for a peace on Ukrainian terms. Since Ukraine is the victim in this conflict, it should ideally decide the timing and the parameters of any peace deal.
With its strategy of bomb and blockade, Russia is literally taking the food out of the mouths of the hungry.
Congress spent the last “military spending” debate rehashing the culture wars — not the nearly $1 trillion Pentagon budget itself.
The war in Ukraine is not just about territory. It’s about the future of global governance.
Republicans want to fill the defense bill with bans on abortion, trans health care, and racial diversity initiatives in the military.