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Smedley Butler letter fragment

Smedley Butler’s Speech Against War in Charlottesville in 1937

By David Swanson, September 13, 2019 I didn’t know until recently that Smedley Butler had ever been to my town. Then I heard that he’d spoken at the University of Virginia here in Charlottesville in 1937. The University of Virginia […]

Zombie Zombie Zombie

By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, September 9, 2019 CNN is outraged that Trump was too friendly with Russians, supposedly endangering an honorable spy snooping into the Russian government. The New York Times doesn’t want any peace settlements in Afghanistan […]

Punishments Reduced for Blackwater Murderers

Songs of Love from the Front

Excerpted from the book by Anne Williams with permission of the author. September 2, 2019    

Video: Ellen Thomas in Hiroshima

Watch World BEYOND War Board Member Ellen Thomas in Hiroshima:  

Tarak Kauff and Ken Mayers in Ireland

Nonviolent Direct Action: Civil Resisters Tarak Kauff and Ken Mayers

Tarak Kauff and Ken Mayers, two US Veterans for Peace members, risked their freedom to challenge both United States war crimes and the government of Ireland’s accommodation of those crimes. This interview was conducted by Jack Gilroy. Nonviolent Direct Action […]

"Statue of a Girl of Peace” artwork

Japanese and Koreans Stand Up for Freedom of Expression, Peace, Memorialization of the ‘Comfort Woman’ Atrocity, and Women’s Rights in Nagoya, Japan

By Joseph Essertier, August 19, 2019 The following is a summary of the situation concerning the cancelation of the exhibit entitled “The Lack-of-Freedom-of-Expression Exhibit: Part II,” which was open for viewing for three days at the Aichi Triennale in Nagoya, […]

Video: From Hiroshima to Hope

By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, August 8, 2019 From Hiroshima To Hope from Elliot Stoller on Vimeo.

Long After Hiroshima

By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, August 8, 2019 Remarks August 6, 2019, at Hiroshima to Hope in Seattle, Washington How do we honor victims? We can remember them and appreciate who they were. But there were too many of […]

Hiroshima Unlearned: Time to Tell the Truth About US Relations with Russia and Finally Ban the Bomb 

By Alice Slater, August 8, 2019 August 6th and 9th mark 74 years since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where only one nuclear bomb dropped on each city caused the deaths of up to 146,000 people in Hiroshima […]