The emergence of slave auctions in Libya have a basis in catastrophic Western military intervention.
Peace activists must look beyond our own movement.
The next generation of Koreans could take part in a national revival of South Korea and put the ghosts of the 20th century to rest.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the multiplying crises on the ground across the Middle East, including developments inside Palestine, between the U.S. and Israel, and within the U.S. Jewish community.
Why start another body count in a Middle East conflict with no direct relationship to U.S. security?
Iraqi demonstrators are now taking matters into their own hands.
Thanks to the crackdown, Bahrain is increasingly riven by sectarianism, with a more energized Sunni minority and a discredited Shia parliamentary bloc.
Despite the recent killing of Amb. Stevens and unrest in Libya, President Obama defended intervention in Libya in his UNGA speech Tuesday. Phyllis Bennis participated in this discussion on the Huffington Post’s new live channel.
Qatar has supported revolution abroad while Saudi Arabia anchors down the authoritarian regional order.
The New Internationalism newsletter focuses on the protests in the Middle East and marks the 30 year anniversary of the Sabra-Shatila massacre.
A new book argues that there’s been nothing visionary about Barack Obama’s foreign policy.
A new book tears down the Western media’s narrative of the Arab awakening.
Since the Arab Spring, artists have helped to foster a more vibrant civil society and pointed the way toward more durable democratic institutions.
A new documentary portrays the least famous and least successful of the Arab revolts.
Outside powers should stop military involvement and support new diplomatic initiative.