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Find and use dozens of great images and short statements from supporters of WorldBeyondWar and famous past opponents of war. Spread these on social media! You can submit a photo of yourself with 1 sentence on why you want to […]

Mapping Militarism Mapping Militarism

Mapping Militarism

World Beyond War has created a set of online interactive maps to help us all see where and how war and preparations for war exist in the world today. Included are wars, troops, weapons shipments, military spending, particular weapons, and […]

Calendar of Peace World Beyond War Calendar

World Beyond War Calendar

This calendar, online and in a downloadable PDF, lets you know important steps, progress and setbacks in the movement for peace that have taken place on each day of the year. An expanded and audio version are in the works. […]

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Can Anne Hathaway Help End the Mindset That Creates Wars?

Can Anne Hathaway Help End the Mindset That Creates Wars?

“If others have their will Ann hath a way. By cock, she was to blame. She put the comether on him, sweet and twentysix. The greyeyed goddess who bends over the boy Adonis, stooping to conquer, as prologue to the […]

War, what is it good for?–Peace Paradigm Radio

On this episode of  Peace Paradigm Radio, Michael Nagler shares exciting stories of nonviolence in the news. We talk to our Director of Education, Stephanie Knox Cubbon about the Metta Certificate in Nonviolence Studies. The endless opportunities to apply nonviolence […]

A Nuke Free Future

A Liberal Lawyer Gives Up on Preventing Murder

Rosa Brooks’ article in Foreign Policy is called “There is no such thing as peacetime.” Brooks is a law professor who has testified before Congress to the effect that if a drone war is labeled a proper war then blowing […]

Opposing War With a Smile

By David Swanson Remarks at teach-in at Spring Rising event March 20, 2015, UDC Law School. Note: Rally at White House is noon, March 21. More times than I can count, after I’ve given a speech about war and peace […]

Colorado Drone Site Battle Continues

By Felton Davis David Swanson calls it “the Pentagon’s 51st state.”  Ten percent of the land area of Colorado, to be seized and set aside for robotics and drone warfare testing. On Friday, the US Army posted the final Environmental […]

50,000th War in a Row Violates the Laws of War

By David Swanson I think we must be due some kind of prize. This is the 50,000th war in a row to have violated the “laws of war.” The documentation comes from Human Rights Watch which reports that last August […]

Talk Nation Radio: Michael Heaney on What Partisanship Does to a Peace Movement

Talk Nation Radio: Michael Heaney on What Partisanship Does to a Peace Movement

https://soundcloud.com/davidcnswanson/talk-nation-radio-michael-heaney-on-what-partisanship-does-to-a-peace-movement/ Michael T. Heaney is co-author with Fabio Rojas of Party in the Street: The Antiwar Movement and the Democratic Party after 9/11. We discuss how partisanship built up and then tore down a peace movement, and what to do […]

On Climate, Defense Could Preserve and Protect, Rather Than Kill and Destroy

On Climate, Defense Could Preserve and Protect, Rather Than Kill and Destroy

By Emanuel Pastreich, Truthout | Op-Ed (Photo: guilherme jofili / Flickr) Holding the line against the Kubuchi Desert One hundred groggy Korean college students stumble off the train in Baotou, Inner Mongolia, blinking in the bright sunlight. A 14-hour train […]

Gallup: U.S. Population Highly Militaristic

In early 2014 there were unusual news stories about Gallup’s end-of-2013 polling because after polling in 65 countries with the question “Which country do you think is the greatest threat to peace in the world today?” the overwhelming winner had […]

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