Issues / Health
FPIF highlights foreign affairs that, in a perfect world, the presidential candidates would debate on Monday.
The United States should take a lesson from Africa in dealing with its AIDS epidemic.
A recently discovered U.S. army report puts lie to the Pentagon's denials that it exposed soldiers and civilians to Agent Orange on Okinawa.
Dr. Chomsky analyzes how the Magna Carta has become largely irrelevant in the world as the document nears its one thousandth birthday.
Is the Taliban have justified in denying Afghan children the polio vaccine?
This article examines the greater role that private sector actors are playing in the WHO and its negative impact on the capacity of the organization to fulfill its commitment.
U.S. psychologists cast ethics aside when they forged relationships with the state to aid in torture.
President Obama's new budget requests an increase in State Department funding, but simultaneously decreases funds vital for humanitarian, health, and other aid groups.
Although you're unlikely to have read about it in the press, the ongoing health crisis in Fallujah shows that the legacy of the U.S. war in Iraq is far from over.
"To die of hunger is to be assassinated." Alberto Morlachetti