In response to the growing threat of a new war in Ukraine an international movement for peace and human rights is forming. In collaboration with European Alternatives and the Washington-based Foreign Policy in Focus we are pleased to host this international appeal to recover the spirit of the Helsinki Accords.
Commentators on the current Ukraine crisis have sometimes compared it to the Cuban missile crisis. This is a good comparison―and not only because they both involve a dangerous US-Russian confrontation capable of leading to a nuclear war.
The African Union is condemning a wave of coups in Africa, where military forces have seized power over the past 18 months in Mali, Chad, Guinea, Sudan and, most recently, in January, Burkina Faso. Several were led by U.S.-trained officers as part of a growing U.S. military presence in the region under the guise of counterterrorism.
Militarism has infiltrated the world, but we are the generation who can remedy the harm it has inflicted. We can liberate us all.
How do we get to peace with North Korea?
“You say you’re against war, but what’s the alternative?” The Fifth Edition of A Global Security System: An Alternative to War (AGSS) is now available!
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Resting on a convincing body of evidence that violence is not a necessary component of conflict among states and between states and non-state actors, World