Like the United States, Brazil has a long way to go with its response to global warming.
As it considers whether to back a controversial dam in Tajikistan, the World Bank needs to revisit its criteria for funding projects that displace people from their homes.
Gold-digging multinationals are fueling political violence and environmental devastation in El Salvador, but communities are fighting back.
Military repression in Honduras is a direct legacy of U.S. meddling in the country.
Five steps the U.S. can take in Iraq without going back to war.
The House has voted to drastically cut programs that help military-dependent communities transition to a peace economy.
Iraq today is George W. Bush’s nightmare and Osama bin Laden’s wet dream.
Thousands of poor Brazilians were evicted from their homes to build multimillion-dollar World Cup stadiums that may never be used again. Now Brazilians are fighting back.
The crisis of capitalism isn't just about the gap between rich and poor. It's about the gap between what’s demanded by our planet and what’s demanded by our economy.
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki isn't the only one responsible for Iraq's woes -- history, U.S. foreign policy, and meddling neighbors are also to blame.