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.
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.
Why Russia Fumbled in Ukraine, China Lost Its Way, and America Should Exercise Restraint
The three powers often misread the odds against them. With Russia and China reeling, the next danger is overreach by the United States.
Russia, Ukraine, NATO, and the Left
In not recognizing multiple imperialisms, is the Left also guilty of Americocentrism?
Lessons from NATO’s Last No-Fly Zone
The NATO no-fly zone over Libya caused far more suffering than it prevented. In Ukraine, it would be even worse.
Binary Thinking on Russia’s War on Ukraine Is a Losing Strategy
We need a progressive politics that shows solidarity with all victims of military violence — while resisting the militarism of our own government.
Ending the War in Ukraine
No diplomatic solution is possible without serious pressure on Putin.
Respond to Putin’s Illegal Invasion of Ukraine with Diplomacy, Not War
There’s no “national interest” worth risking nuclear conflict. But urgent diplomacy and humanitarian aid — and Russia’s own antiwar movement — could stop the suffering.