Looking for a place to escape from President Trump? You’re running out of options.
The U.S. military apparently thinks Muslim women’s clothing choices — rather than, say, drone strikes — are a driver of terrorism.
Our foreign policy is aggressive, parochial, and hard-hearted. Unless voters finally demand differently, our next president will be the same.
IPS’s Phyllis Bennis joins a line up of special guests for an inter-generational teach-In on the triple evils of militarism, economic exploitation, racism.
Come hear IPS’ Phyllis Bennis featured in a forum with other Middle East experts, telling the real story behind ISIS.
America’s top ally in East Asia is bulking up its military, picking fights with its neighbors, and showing a blithe disregard for democracy.
A conversation about U.S. policy in the Pacific and the social movements that are challenging militarism in the region, featuring Ko Youkyoung and Raymond Palatino.
Phyllis Bennis addresses the Westchester Peace Action Coalition on crises such as Ebola, ISIS, and renewed wars in the Middle East.
Uncle Sam is wrecking a great deal of South Korea’s top tourist destination.
The hottest conflicts raging at the moment defy easy answers.
You’re invited to join Busboys & Poets and the Institute for Policy Studies gathering on how to oppose the threat of a US war against Syria.
The saber-rattling is mutual.
The Syrian civil war is spreading — but U.S. military action is the last thing the country needs.
What the civil war in Syria and the Arab Spring have exposed is that the massive political and social transformation and real regime change underway is led by the people themselves, largely without military force and certainly with no role for the United States. U.S. military involvement serves only to escalate the destruction.
Join us for a remarkable panel discussion on the impact and future of the small arms trade in Africa.