The most disturbing aspect of the final presidential debate was the similarity between the two candidates on many basic foreign policy issues.
As our global economic and ecological crises converge, neither neoliberalism nor Keynesianism can cure what ails us.
The United States should take a lesson from Africa in dealing with its AIDS epidemic.
Once loosed, the dogs of war range where they will.
Mexican families touched by the drug war have brought their Caravan for Peace to the U.S., laying the groundwork for a binational peace movement.
Did an FPIF columnist convince Barack Obama to oppose the Iraq war?
Democratic leaders have put the Israeli right wing ahead of both human rights and the party's own membership.
The bad dream unfolding in Mali is the consequence of the West's scramble for resources in Africa, and the wages of sin from the recent Libyan war.
This is the dilemma of most countries in the South: we are victims of climate change, and our weapons are few and limited.
Is feminism being used as a prop for imperial foreign policies?