We need a whole new kind of foreign policy based on diplomacy rather than war.
Conservatives will miss gay-bashing as an electoral strategy.
This cheat sheet will come in handy in case he wants to get back in touch with his inner anti-war community organizer.
These four progressive proposals have bipartisan potential.
Sometimes the arc does bend toward justice.
If you’re confirmed, please at least be open to a respectful dialogue over bold progressive tax and financial reform ideas.
Obama’s Pentagon-chief nomination signals that the White House isn’t looking to move towards a military attack on Iran any time soon.
Hagel has been a “realist” towards Iran which infuriates Neo-cons and AIPAC, but will Obama fight for him?
In this edition of the New Internationalism newsletter, we break down the ceasefire in the Middle East and what it means for the region moving forward.
While Obama’s policies have the short-term potential to improve the lives of many Americans beleaguered by the economic slump, the approach he champions is insufficient to tackle the long-term problems we face.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the Israeli attack on Gaza.
A new book offers a look at the Obama administration’s China policy from the inside.
For a Miami jury, the fact that Cuban agents were in Miami was sufficient for them to hand down a guilty verdict.
The U.S. use of drones in Pakistan is not only illegitimate, but less precise than advertised.