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.
How else would you describe Americans who deny a pandemic that’s killed 250,000 people and the election that repudiated Trump?
There’s no returning to normal after Donald Trump.
It simply doesn’t make a lot of sense to entrust leadership to a country with a severe personality disorder.
Even before the next Congress and administration take office, the 2020 election will have enormous consequences.
American democracy is in rough shape. It’s going to take more than this election to set it right.
It’s going to take more than a change of personnel in Washington to address our decaying climate, public health, and democracy. But it’s not too late.
Authoritarianism has been on the march for years, but people powered revolutions are pushing regimes toward democracy on nearly every continent.
Millions of people are still unemployed, facing eviction or foreclosure, and scrambling to get enough to eat.
COVID-19 is an early alert for more serious global crises. So far, the international community has failed — but it’s not too late.
Experts from the frontlines of global policy tackle the implications of COVID-19.