When it comes to demagogues and divisiveness, Trump has plenty of competition — in Europe, the Middle East, and all over our splintering planet.
While Trump puts his fossil fuel interests first, cities, states, and the international community will move towards a clean energy transition, IPS associate fellow Daphne Wysham told the Real News Network.
In one video clip, a glimpse of the Trump team’s plan to divide Europe, cozy up to right-wing dictatorships, and rally the extreme right.
Britain has a lot to lose from Brexit, but the EU will fare worse.
The world urgently needs a new generation of democratic internationalists — or there won’t be much of a world left when Trump’s confederacy of oligarchs gets through with it.
Austria’s latest vote shows the European ideal isn’t dead yet. But the far right is rising quickly.
Now we all stand on the precipice — of aggressive nationalism, of ugly prejudice, of climate change, of despair.
Syria is emerging as a metaphor for the fragmentation and chaos that the modern world barely contains.
Looking for a place to escape from President Trump? You’re running out of options.
Many “no” voters are experiencing buyer’s remorse, but this could be the wake up call the leadership in Brussels needs to make the EU a more responsive institution.
The breaking of Euro-North American spheres of dominance would be a victory for the internationalism represented by movements for social, political, and economic integration in Africa and Latin America.
Far-right nationalists and neoliberal capitalists will survive the demise of institutions like the EU. What about the rest of us?
IPS Fellow Manuel Pérez-Rocha a featured panelist at the international conference, “EU Trade Policy at the Crossroads: between Economic Liberalism and Democratic Challenges.”
I went to Athens to see what economic catastrophe looks like on the ground. What I saw shocked me.
Half of young Greeks are unemployed, and over 40 percent live in poverty. Is default really worse than letting Europe squeeze the country dry?