Peace and Foreign Policy
To build peace, we must dislodge the economic and political foundations of war. IPS believes that a just foreign policy is based on human rights, international law, and diplomacy over military intervention.
Militarism isn’t security. Real security encompasses justice, health, housing, food, education, and civil rights.
Regardless of who is giving orders to U.S. bombers, we know that deploying U.S. troops, drones, and warplanes across the region does not provide safety or security for anyone.
President Nayib Bukele has been acting more and more like an authoritarian.
After four years of an American Caligula, will Joe Biden bring the United States back into the international community?
Climate change poses an existential threat. That doesn’t mean we should further empower an already bloated Pentagon.
CounterSpin interview with Phyllis Bennis on ending the Afghan War.
The acquittal of Trump was bad, but the Senate’s approach to foreign affairs over the years has been even worse.
Let’s spend less on supporting vaccine apartheid abroad, and more on ending it at home.
It’s time to resurrect a global anti-fascist consensus to name, shame, and throw these guys out of the game.
Can Moscow and Washington find common cause against the global scourges of nuclear weapons, climate change, and pandemic?