Education

Snapshot: World BEYOND War Chapters Around the World

By Greta Zarro, Organizing Director, July 30, 2019 Ever wondered what World BEYOND War chapter coordinators actually do? Here’s a sneak peek of what they’re up to all over the world. New Zealand Chapter Coordinator Liz Remmerswaal staffs the World […]

Talk Nation Radio: Jeff Ostler on Surviving Genocide

Talk Nation Radio: Jeff Ostler on Surviving Genocide

Jeff Ostler is Beekman Professor of Northwest and Pacific History at the University of Oregon. He teaches courses on U.S. history and American Indian history. And he is the author of an important new book called Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and […]

Fiction and Activism: New World BEYOND War Podcast Featuring Roxana Robinson and Dawn Tripp

Fiction and Activism: New World BEYOND War Podcast Featuring Roxana Robinson and Dawn Tripp

We hope you’re enjoying the new World BEYOND War podcast, which covers a different topic related to antiwar activism every month. Our latest episode is a wide-ranging conversation with two acclaimed fiction writers, Roxana Robinson (“Dawson’s Fall”, “Sparta”, “Cost”) and […]

The End of Humanitarian Intervention? A Debate at the Oxford Union With Historian David Gibbs and Michael Chertoff

By David N. Gibbs, July 20, 2019 From History News Network The issue of humanitarian intervention has proven a vexing one of the political left during the post-Cold War era. In light mass violence in Rwanda, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Darfur, Libya, […]

The 70th Anniversary of NATO

  From Pandora TV, July 16, 2019 Born from the Bomb, and designed to allow one military force to exploit a position of power over the whole planet with no accountability.

Democratic candidates facing rising tide at debate

This Is Really Not A Drill

By David Swanson, June 27, 2019 On Wednesday, the first 10 of the 20 Democrats whom the corporate media is permitting into what they call debates were asked what the greatest threat to the United States is. A worthy and […]

World Beyond War: A New Podcast

Art and Activism: World BEYOND War Podcast Featuring Kim Fraczek and Vy Vu

By Marc Eliot Stein and Greta Zarro, May 24, 2019 How can we use art to amplify antiwar activism? How can peaceworkers, community organizers and concerned human beings use the creative process to elevate our message, to grow the movement, […]

World BEYOND War Receives Award for its work Educating for the Abolition of War

World BEYOND War, May 16, 2019 On May 15, World BEYOND War Education Director Tony Jenkins received the Educators’ Challenge Award from the Global Challenges Foundation in partnership with the London School of Economics (LES) Institute of Global Affairs. An […]

Whistleblower: A person who makes public disclosure of corruption or wrongdoing

I’m Julian

By John Jones, Oslo, Norway, May 15, 2019 In an English prison at the time of this writing, a sick Julian Assange is sitting and waiting to be extradited to the United States under a draconian law for war spies from 1917. Forgotten by the press […]

Obama's "Exceptions"

Exceptionally Innocent

By David Swanson, May 2, 2019 Go right now and get yourself and the nearest house with a flag in front of it a copy of Roberto Sirvent’s and Danny Haiphong’s American Exceptionalism and American Innocence: A People’s History of Fake […]