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Max Blumenthal on Talk Nation Radio

Talk Nation Radio: Max Blumenthal on the Management of Savagery

Max Blumenthal is an award-winning journalist and the author of several books, including best-selling Republican Gomorrah, Goliath, The Fifty One Day War, and his latest, which we will be discussing, The Management of Savagery. He has produced print articles for an array of publications, […]

17th-century depiction of Daedalus & Icarus - Musee Antoine Vivenel, Compiègne, France

Daedalus, Icarus, and Pandora

By Pat Elder, April 25, 2019 A story of feathers, wax, unheeded warnings, and the perils of modern-day chemical engineering In Greek mythology, the tale of Daedalus and Icarus provides a lesson that humanity has never learned. Daedalus and his […]

Bullets

Divesting Temple from the War Machine

By Hal Conte, April 2, 2019 From Freely Magazine A consortium of 90 anti-war, peace and environmental groups are seeking to divest Temple University and other colleges as well as municipalities citywide and nationwide from weapons manufacturers and military contractors, […]

Talk Nation Radio: Vijay Mehta on How Not to Go to War

Talk Nation Radio: Vijay Mehta on How Not to Go to War

Vijay Mehta is an author and peace activist. He is Chair of Uniting for Peace and founding Trustee of Fortune Forum Charity. His notable books include ‘The Economics of Killing’ (Pluto Press, 2012) and ‘Peace Beyond Borders’ (New Internationalist, 2016). […]

Vote for World BEYOND War and help us earn the People’s Choice Award!

World BEYOND War is a Finalist in the Educators’ Challenge Competition! Tony Jenkins, Education Director of World BEYOND War, is one of ten finalists in the Educators’ Challenge competition created by the Global Challenges Foundation. The Educators’ Challenge seeks “innovative […]

Inaam (left), Habib (right) and I (photographer) sharing a good laugh at the Borderfree Nonviolence Community Centre in Kabul

Love Letter From Kabul to Okinawa: the Outrageous Abolition of War

By Dr. “Hakim” Wee Teck Young, March 25, 2019 I decided to write this ninth love letter specially to Inaam, the 21st century generations of the world and the people of Okinawa because of three personal reasons. I miss having […]

Rashid reprograms himself for nonviolent peace

Love Letter from Smoky Kabul: Nonviolent Versus Violent Peace in Afghanistan and the World

Dear Friends, “Salam (peace)!” is how Afghans greet one another, some of them simultaneously placing a hand over their hearts. But, while everyone including Afghans wants peace, the Afghan Peace Volunteers and I have observed that the human species appears […]

New York City women protesting for peace during World War One

War Erodes Liberties

By Kirk Johnson, March 19, 2019 Do nations that wage more war provide those within their borders with more freedoms? It’s often stated that correlation does not equal causation when presenting scientific data. Attempting to correlate the idea that countries […]

World Beyond War: A New Podcast

New Podcast Episode: Talking About #NoToNATO With Friends From USA, London, New Zealand

By Marc Eliot Stein, March 15, 2019 We had just uploaded the exciting new second episode of World BEYOND War’s new podcast when the news came in that cast our roundtable in a terrible light. This episode features myself and […]

David Swanson Addresses the 2019 Recipients of the Student Peace Awards of Fairfax County

Every year, every high school in Virginia’s Fairfax County is invited to select a student who has worked to promote peace for the Student Peace Awards of Fairfax County. David Swanson of World BEYOND War delivered a stirring speech at […]