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.
Washington’s goals in the Middle East involve support for Israel, assuring oil flow, and ensuring political stability for economic growth.
Multilateral debt, the result of lending by the International Financial Institutions (IFIs), is contributing to the economic and social crisis that is overtaking many Low Income Countries (LICs).
With the end of the cold war and the demise of the Soviet threat, NATO must find new rationales for its existence.
A history of mutual dependence underlies U.S.-Panama foreign policy and accounts for the patterns of dominance and dependence in bilateral relations.
When Saddam Hussein ordered his tanks and more than 40,000 troops into the Kurdish city of Irbil on August 31, 1996, he offered President Clinton an apparent “win-win,” election-season opportunity.
The third annual executive compensation survey examines a new and disturbing trend: Wall Street’s rewarding of corporate layoffs.
The second annual report on CEO pay: The widening wage gap between U.S. executives and their U.S. and Mexican workers.
The first annual CEO pay survey: An analysis of executive salaries at top job-cutting firms