Phyllis Bennis’s recent op-ed in the Weekender is cited for providing much needed historical context for the suffering in Gaza.
“A ceasefire is the only way to stop innocent suffering,” said Lindsay Koshgarian, Program Director of the National Priorities Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.
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.
America’s farmers are aging. To avoid a crisis, we need to lower the economic barriers of entry for young farmers.
Private foundations are currently allowed to make grants to donor-advised funds, or DAFs, and to count those grants toward their charitable distribution requirement of 5 percent of their assets each year.
Accordingly, in a civil settlement based on contract claims, not fraud, IPS has agreed to repay the 2021 loan and associated lender fees, plus 1.5 percent interest.
Conservatives weaponized the debt deal to consolidate power. Let’s use the budget to create new power structures.
New report: $1.1 trillion – or 62% – of the federal discretionary budget was spent on militarism and war last year
“When we invest so heavily in militarism at home and abroad, we deprive our own communities and people of solutions to problems that pose immediate security threats.”
It’s hard to overstate how the Next Leaders program impacted me – and others here at IPS and beyond who all got our start as interns or Fellows.
America’s intentional blind spot makes its rhetoric about global human rights look like self-serving hypocrisy.
Women CEOs are becoming slightly less rare at large corporations. But simply replacing men with women at the top of the income scale won’t lead to greater equity.
Investor purchases accounted for 24 percent of all residential real estate sales in Boston in the fourth quarter of 2022. A 10 percent tax on those sales could yield $82 million in revenue.
CodePink Radio episode featuring Basav Sen discusses climate protests against the International Monetary Fund annual meeting. October 13, 2022.
Concerns about Warehousing Charity Dollars and Tax Subsidies for Wealthy Donors and Perpetual Foundations Transcend Partisan Divide
Startling discoveries from inside the Energy Department.