“When we invest so heavily in militarism at home and abroad, we deprive our own communities and people of solutions to problems that pose immediate security threats.”
IPS’s National Priorities Project takes a look at where American taxpayers’ money went in 2022, and how skewed our national priorities are.
Today the White House released the President’s budget request, laying out the President’s priorities for the country.
Other major government agencies have long since passed audits. But the Pentagon is so big and disjointed, no one knows where its money goes.
New resource explains how over-investment in militarism and under-investment in climate solutions have contributed to the failure to mitigate climate change – and that ways that we can reinvest military spending to combat the worst existential threat to our communities.
How Washington’s climate spending compares to its investments in the military.
Frances Crowe dedicated her life to peace. We asked a few experts and activists who knew her to share stories about her impact.
Come to this dynamic, interactive and multimedia forum presenting a book that breaks down how your tax dollars are raised and spent and how you can have influence on the process.
The Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts are nearing a big milestone.