Posts Tagged: Bush administration
Faith-based activists should take their inspiration from the story of Esther and pursue an inside-outside strategy to secure the wellbeing of the vulnerable.
Ira Chernus writes that Americans crave a foreign policy based on moral conviction. Neoconservatives have offered one version. The left must provide a different one.
The divestment movement from Sudan makes clear "indication of the failures in our intellectual culture"
The United States wants to set up a new command structure in Africa. Columnist Emira Woods and Ezekiel Pajibo explain why Liberia and Africa should just say no.
Umpire, this game is fixed! Zoellick is poised to replace Wolfowitz in the World Banks latest one-horse-race.
It's amid the U.S. government's contradictory posturing and less-than-humanitarian geopolitical motives that the activist movement addressing Darfur operates.
The Bush administration has chosen yet again force over diplomacy.
The Bush administration's Cuba policy has reached a dead end.
FPIF's new department War and Peace looks at the big picture of how to build a more secure world. In the debut article, Poll: Fewer Guns, More Talk, department editor Miriam Pemberton reports that the votes are already in and the winner is a new foreign policy.
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