|Superpower? Get Over It|
Five years into the occupation of Iraq, the American public has had it. Add in an overstretched economy, spreading nuclear arms, climate disruption, and scrambles for scarce resources, and many are ready to ditch the superpower role and join a world of equals to confront our common challenges.
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Smart Security and the End of War :: David Korten on a just foreign policy.
How to join the family of nations.
The U.S. public gets it: We can no longer shoulder the many costs of empire.
8 Places to Start
Cuba, Israel, Iran, China, and other places where we can improve relations.
Do It Yourself
Think foreign policy is just for politicians? These people can change your mind.
Our Warriors, Ourselves
Our country will not find peace until we take responsibility for our wars.
Obama, Clinton and McCain on Foreign Policy
A look behind the hype to the records, advisors, and promises of the candidates.
Just the Facts
The U.S. spends piles of money on foreign aid, right? See how the spending actually stacks up.
The Next Resource War?
Maude Barlow advises to cut back on waste and end corporate control. That, or we'll fight over water.
Reclaiming the Corn
After 14 years of losing with NAFTA, Mexican farmers are making their own trade rules—fair ones.
A Powerful Peace
If the nuclear powers wish to be safe from nuclear weapons, they must surrender their own.
M.A.D. No More
George Shultz, who helped build our nuclear arsenal, says it’s time to ban the bomb.
Raiding the War Chest
We can save billions, and still have billions left to make the U.S. more secure.
By Stephen Zunes.
By Emira Woods.
By Elizabeth Cerejido.
By Erik Leaver.
By Tom Andrews.
By Robert Naiman.
By Nadia Martinez.
By Dale Jianjun Wen.
Peace, One City at a Time
Tired of being ignored by the feds, citizens pass city laws declaring peace.
Conversation starters and article summaries for a just foreign policy.
Organizations, initiatives and background reading on a just foreign policy.