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.
The Dictator and the Nihilist
Perhaps the departure of Bashir and Assange will signal a new wave of accountability that will eventually reach the shores of the United States in time to drain the swamp in 2020.
Unpacking Netanyahu’s Reelection: Future Implications
U.S. policy and what’s next with the U.S.-Israel relations
Progressive Leaders Unite to Denounce Trump’s Attacks on Rep. Ilhan Omar
We—the undersigned—stand in solidarity with Representative Ilhan Omar and firmly against the rise of Islamophobic attacks and attempts to divide us as a people.
Trump’s Embrace of Netanyahu Will Haunt the Middle East for Years
The flurry of favors the president did for Bibi could constrain U.S. policy — and hurt people in the region — for years to come.
Does Donald Trump Believe His Bizarre Bluster on Immigration?
The president hopes to punish sanctuary cities with his imagined flood of violent undocumented immigrants but the reality is very different.
What Benjamin Netanyahu’s Successful Re-Election Means for Palestinians
There’s growing concern over what Netanyahu’s victory means for the possibility of a two-state solution as a resolution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
World Gives America One Year to Stop Trump or Face Sanctions
[Satire] UN: “We recommend that Americans sentence all top-ranking officials of the Trump administration to a decade of picking up trash along America’s highways.”
For Military Contractors, Tax Day is Pay Day
Lockheed Martin’s CEO took home $20 million while enlisted soldiers got just $20,000. Why? Because corporations have hijacked the military.
Examining NATO’s Legacy After 70 Years
Tensions between the U.S. and their NATO allies were on full display last week, leading to questions about the strength of the alliance.
Tax Day 2019: Where Your Personal Income Taxes Were Spent in 2018
How Enriching the 1% Widens the Racial Wealth Divide