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.
IPS experts remember their time with the legendary activist, entertainer, and IPS board member.
Support for Ukraine doesn’t mean grossly inflating the military budget.
Sudan is in yet another civil war. Can it put military rule behind it once and for all?
Will the world, and particularly the United States, now lend a hand to Colombia to pull it out of its economic hole?
Saudi Arabia — in the news for cutting oil production and pushing up the price of gas — is also making headlines for perhaps a more unusual reason: golf.
Ukraine is fighting against two evils simultaneously: the reality of Putin and the possibility of nuclear war.
How can there be real accountability for war crimes when international law is replaced by an undefined “rules-based order”?
The call of the peace movement 20 years ago–invading troops out!–should be the call of the peace movement today.
We didn’t stop the Iraq War, but we changed history. Here’s a look at the legacy of the last two decades — and the brighter future that can follow.
“No Question I was Going to Become an Activist”: 20 Years Later, IPSers Remember the U.S. Invasion of Iraq
IPS staff reflect on the 20th anniversary of the “Shock and Awe” bombing campaign that launched the U.S. invasion of Iraq.