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.
Instead of greenwashing the military, let’s close unneeded domestic and overseas bases, end all U.S. wars, and cut weapons manufacturing.
Donald Trump isn’t the first president to threaten to cut funding from the World Health Organization (WHO), but he’s the first to actually do it.
South Korea, having beaten back the coronavirus, is now poised to show the world how to move forward to save lives, democracy, and the planet.
We will always play catch-up with these wily viruses if we continue our all-out war on the environment.
The private interests thriving on continuous war preparation are thwarting progress towards a less militarized world.
Despite millions of coronavirus cases around the globe, war continues to be waged — many of them on behalf of the united states. That must end immediately.
In the face of both COVID-19 and the climate crisis, we urgently need to shift from a culture of war to a culture of care.
Economic and political changes borne from the coronavirus must build the resiliency of the poor and working people most affected by the pandemic.
As we take steps to control the virus, these devastating U.S. foreign policies need to be immediately reversed.
Hungary’s authoritarianism, Portugal’s generosity, Italy’s call for solidarity, Germany’s tightfistedness: European responses to the crisis are varied.