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Lies About Rwanda Mean More Wars If Not Corrected

Lies About Rwanda Mean More Wars If Not Corrected

By David Swanson Urge the ending of war these days and you’ll very quickly hear two words: “Hitler” and “Rwanda.”  While World War II killed some 70 million people, it’s the killing of some 6 to 10 million (depending on […]

What Do World’s Two Biggest Dangers Have in Common?

What Do World’s Two Biggest Dangers Have in Common?

By David Swanson Anyone who cares about our natural environment should be marking with great sadness the centenary of World War I. Beyond the incredible destruction in European battlefields, the intense harvesting of forests, and the new focus on the […]

John Dear on the Nonviolent Life

John Dear on the Nonviolent Life

Kathy Kelly on Ending Borders

Kathy Kelly on Ending Borders

National Security: Going “Up” or “Down?”

By Susan C. Strong In his January State of the Union message, President Obama said two noteworthy things: the first was “America must move off a permanent war footing.” Of course this remark was preceded and followed by a lot […]

UKRAINE : Dialogue and East-West cooperation are the key

UKRAINE : Dialogue and East-West cooperation are the key

By International Peace Bureau March 11, 2014. The events of the last few days and weeks only serve to confirm what the IPB and others in the disarmament wing of the international peace movement have been asserting for years: that […]

Join Sam’s Ride for Peace

Join Sam’s Ride for Peace

APRIL 27, Raleigh, NC – World War II Marine combat veteran Samuel Winstead is accepting applications for co-riders to join his Ride for Peace  leaving Sunday April 27th from Raleigh, NC bound for Washington, DC.  Riders are invited to join […]

There ain’t no heroes in war

There ain’t no heroes in war

Wray Harris song based on poem by Dan Shea Where is the glory in killing, what service does it provide? What honor is there in killing children and their mothers? There ain’t no heroes in war there ain’t no heroes […]

Summary of Living Beyond War: A Citizens Guide by Winslow Myers

By Winslow Myers During the long period of tension between the United States and the former Soviet Union, the futility of the superpower nuclear arms race became clear to many in both countries. Albert Einstein’s statement from 1946 seemed ever […]

War Is Not Inevitable by Judith Hand

War Is Not Inevitable by Judith Hand

I’m inspired by a quote attributed to the great South African leader recently lost to us, Nelson Mandela: “It always seems impossible, until it is done.” We’re addicted to many forms of violence, and war is arguably our greatest violence […]

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