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.
A group of national security experts from left, right, and center says cutting some of America’s 800 far-flung outposts will save money and make us safer.
The latest batch of nationalist and authoritarian leaders are beefing up their borders, but the proliferation of globalization isn’t stopping anytime soon.
The media is missing the real story on the peninsula. If that gives Koreans space to lead, maybe that’s not such a bad thing.
Republicans can only win by racial gerrymandering and voter suppression. And Trump can only win by using fear and racism.
Netfa Freeman discusses ‘Troika of Tyranny,’ why the U.S. targets these three socialist countries, and the recent election of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil.
In 2015, ordinary Europeans welcomed refugees with open arms. Will we do the same with the caravan from Central America?
The U.S. federal budget is a cerebral subject, seemingly reserved for the technocratic elite to calculate, deconstruct, recompose, modify, and amend. But it affects people’s daily lives in profound ways, and not just in America.
Netfa Freeman breaks down the U.S. military presence on on the continent and explains the importance of the U.S. Out of Africa campaign
John Feffer discusses the North and South Korea border, U.S. arms control agreements, and Brazillian president Jair Bolsonaro.
To challenge fascists and weak-tea liberals, Sanders has called for a Progressive International… but it’s not very international.