Conflict Management

Journalist Hippolyte Eric Djounguep

The Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon: A New Perspective

By Hippolyte Eric Djounguep, May 24, 2020 The violent conflict between the Cameroonian authorities and the separatists of the two English-speaking regions since October 2016 is steadily worsening. These regions were sub-mandates of the League of Nations (SDN) from 1922 […]

Types of Violence

Types Of Violence

By Suman Khanna Aggarwal, May 22, 2020 “The 20th century will be remembered as a century marked by violence. It burdens us with its legacy of mass destruction, of violence inflicted on a scale never seen and never possible before […]

Policemen stand in formation at a quarantine checkpoint on April 2, 2020 in Marikina, Metro Manila, Philippines. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday ordered law enforcement to "shoot" residents causing "trouble" during lockdown in the country.

Stop the $2 Billion Arms Sale to the Philippines

By Amee Chew, May 20, 2020 From Jacobin On April 30, the US State Department announced two pending arms sales to the Philippines totaling nearly $2 billion. Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Bell Textron, and General Electric are the main weapons manufacturers contracted to profit […]

Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass

Civil Society as a Force for Peace

By David Rintoul, World BEYOND War Online Course Participant May 18, 2020 Frederick Douglass once said, “Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and […]

World Beyond War: A New Podcast

World BEYOND War Podcast Episode 14: A Global Look At The Pandemic With Jeannie Toschi Marazzani Visconti and Gabriel Aguirre

By Marc Eliot Stein, May 8, 2020 From Milan to Caracas to Tehran to New York and everywhere else, peace activists around the world are experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic in vastly different ways. In the latest episode of the World […]

Netanyahu press conference

With Apparently Fabricated Documents, Netanyahu Pushed US Towards War With Iran

By Gareth Porter, May 5, 2020 From The Grayzone President Donald Trump scrapped the nuclear deal with Iran and continued to risk war with Iran based on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim to have proven definitively that Iran was […]

Baltic Sea

How to Reduce the Chance of War in the Baltic

By Ulla Klotzer, World BEYOND War, May 3, 2020 Dear peace friends around the Baltic Sea and world! Below extremely useful and important information from Dr. Horst Leps: Characteristic of the current military and security situation in the Baltic Sea […]

Police, firefighters and emergency personnel line Garland Avenue in Burnside as the body of RCMP Const. Heidi Stevenson is transported on Sunday evening. - Eric Wynne

We Must Embrace Nonviolence

By Kathrin Winkler, April 21, 2020 From The ChronicleHerald Waking up in Halifax today is waking up to another new reality. I was blissfully watching trending Cape Bretoner Mary Janet baking butterscotch pie while a massacre was taking place just […]

Sarah Lazare on Talk Nation Radio

Talk Nation Radio: Sarah Lazare on Wars and Sanctions in a Time of Coronavirus

April 14, 2020 This week on Talk Nation Radio, we’ll talk about how the coronavirus crisis is impacting or failing to impact militarism and sanctions. Sarah Lazare is web editor at In These Times. She comes from a background in independent […]

Manisha Rios and Camilo Mejia in World Beyond War webinar

What is Hybrid Warfare? A World BEYOND War Discussion

March 26, 2020 War is more than bombs and bullets. On March 25, 2020, World BEYOND War and About Face: Veterans Against the War hosted a discussion of “hybrid warfare” – a mix of disinformation, sanctions, and unconventional tactics. During […]