This week on Talk World Radio we’re discussing the use of nonviolent activism in Western Sahara.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has horrified people around the world and has, quite rightly, been widely condemned. But in the inevitably polarized and propaganda-laden wartime media environment, it has been remarkably difficult to go beyond that.
Russian forces agreed to leave town of Slavutych if those with arms handed them over to the mayor.
The worst possible outcome of the war in Ukraine would probably be nuclear war. People’s desire for revenge as a result of this war is getting stronger by the day.
The war-or-nothing disease has a firm grip. People literally can’t imagine anything else — people on both sides of the same war.