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.
Ending the war will take more than bringing home the troops, but it’s a start.
Biden’s American Jobs Plan calls for $2.3 trillion in federal spending over eight years. That’s a lot, but much less than we spend on our military.
We must shift government resources away from what causes harm, and reinvest it in what can really keep our communities safe.
The Biden administration lifted sanctions against the International Criminal Court. It’s not enough.
The factors that drive displacement are often complex, but welcoming refugees isn’t.
Para que México despierte de la pesadilla neoliberal y poder garantizar la soberanía nacional, es imperioso reformar sus TLC y TBI.
Withdrawing several thousand U.S. troops from Afghanistan is just the tip of the iceberg.
The PRO Act would help the U.S. serve as a global model for labor rights, reducing conflict, and promoting peace.
When the world needed collaboration across borders to control the pandemic, U.S. militarism led to the opposite. We must change course.
The Biden administration’s approach of “multilateral restoration” has many virtues compared to the last four years of MAGA. But it has considerable shortcomings as well.