The world has one last shot at reducing global inequality and saving the planet.
More than half of discretionary spending goes to the military. Only a tiny fraction addresses the most urgent threat to our security.
There is no legal basis for the United States to control the large oceanic area that includes the compact states.
Ten years ago, the country’s security forces killed over 800 protestors in broad daylight. Today, no critic is spared in the dictatorship, which receives ample U.S. military aid.
The most devastating war on the planet is the war waged against the planet.
What can you do when you’ve run out of options at the local and national levels?
A ban is within reach, but only with renewed public pressure.
It wasn’t only the United States that overthrew the Chilean leader.
The recent coup in Niger has been seen in the West as a setback for democracy. The reality is more complex.
India’s democrats have missed a chance to attack a policy that helps Putin’s war and undermines India’s democracy
Thaksin and the populists are back but they’re no longer so popular.
Right-wing Russians want to push Cuba toward a neoliberal economy.
But the bloc will be a more credible voice if its members, from the U.S. to host India, confront their own major rights concerns.
But there’s still hope for the global movement to ban these indiscriminate killers.