Civil society opposition to U.S. militarization of the Pacific is growing.
The Feminist Response to RIMPAC and the U.S. War Against China
From Hawai’i to Okinawa, women leaders across the Asia and the Pacific offer an alternative to great power competition.
Legacies of the Srebrenica Killings and Bosnia’s Fragile Peace
As the world watches Ukraine, Bosniaks worry their Bosnian Serb neighbors are preparing for war — and they may get help from Moscow.
Vladimir Putin: Global Gunman
Why are we concerned about humiliating mass murderers?
Biden’s Golden Opportunity to Reverse Course on China
Improving relations with China could lower inflation, isolate Vladimir Putin, and accelerate the transition to a clean energy future.
‘Open Your Hearts’: The Movements Taking Climate Action Where Leaders and Media Won’t
The world’s most existential crisis has all but fallen off Washington’s agenda. But campaigners are finding success in more immediate targets.
A Just Ceasefire or Just a Ceasefire?
The war in Ukraine must end with a defeat of Putinism.
Why Is the U.S. Selling Weapons to Nigeria After It Bombed Civilians?
U.S. policymakers are legally bound to ensure they are not equipping abusive militaries. Congress needs to speak up.
Americans Must Demand a Credible Investigation Into Shireen Abu Akleh’s Killing
If our tax dollars are furnishing the weapons that kill journalists and other innocents, that’s not just an international crime — it’s against U.S. law, too.
Russia, NATO, and the Future of Neutrality
Neither the formerly non-aligned of Europe nor the currently non-aligned of the Global South are interested in furthering Vladimir Putin’s imperial ambitions.