Bolivians overwhelmingly rejected a U.S.-backed coup regime. The U.S. should take it as a sign to abandon regime change — and rejoin the international community.
COVID-19 is an early alert for more serious global crises. So far, the international community has failed — but it’s not too late to get it right.
If Trump loses, we can’t just go back to the status quo. On foreign policy especially, movements need to be ready to push a new administration hard.
The greatest danger is that Turkey, Russia, the U.S., or Iran should see some geopolitical advantage in escalating the conflict.
Modern history teaches us that motivated, universal, and nonviolent social movements can stop coups before they start.
Here’s why we used the numbers we did — and what they can and can’t tell us.
The State Department warned for years that the U.S. was complicit in war crimes in Yemen. No one put a stop to it.
Trump is doing whatever he can to make it impossible for his successor to resolve some of the world’s most intractable problems.
With oil prices down and wealthy countries bungling COVID-19, the pandemic has exposed the weaknesses that wealth papers over.
The alternative to Trump is not the glorification of military service. It’s promoting the kind of service that gets fewer people killed.