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Video debate about Iran sanctions

Video: Debate: Should Iran Be Sanctioned?

PressTV: Should Iran Be Sanctioned? A debate with David Swanson.

David Swanson

Nations Need to Block US Sanctions on Iran: Nobel Nominee

TEHRAN (Tasnim) May 5, 2019 – A prominent American author, who is a five-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, deplored recent “criminal” moves by the US government to increase economic sanctions on Iran and said the world should block Washington’s embargoes. […]

Fallujah Forgotten

By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, May 4, 2019 I don’t know if most people in the United States ever knew what Fallujah meant. It’s hard to believe the U.S. military would still exist if they did. But certainly it […]

Japan for a World BEYOND War Marks the First Anniversary of the Panmunjom Declaration

By Joseph Essertier, World BEYOND War, May 3, 2019 A gathering of Japan for a World BEYOND War on the 27th of April marked the first anniversary of the Panmunjom Declaration, by which one year prior North Korea and South […]

The Management of Savagery by Max Blumenthal

Savagery and Its Promoters and Profiteers

By David Swanson, April 24, 2019 Max Blumenthal’s new book, “The Management of Savagery: How America’s National Security State Fueled the Rise of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and Donald Trump,” is over 300 pages and wastes not a word. It also […]

Foad Izadi

Talk Nation Radio: Foad Izadi on U.S.-Iranian Relations and Peace Activism in Iran

Foad Izadi is a member of World BEYOND War’s Coordinating Committee based in Iran. His research and teaching interests are inter-disciplinary and focus on United States-Iran relations and U.S. public diplomacy. His book, United States Public Diplomacy Towards Iran, discusses the […]

Patrick J. Hiller

Why Refusing To Label Iran’s Revolutionary Guard As A Terror Organization Keeps Us Out Of War

By Patrick J. Hiller, April 11, 2019 A “Twitter-stamp” by Secretary of State Pompeo made it official. Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is now designated as a foreign terrorist organization. “We must help the people of Iran get back their […]

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 […]

Women Call For a Korean Peace Treaty

Korea Peace Now! Cooperation Continuing Despite Stalled Dialogue With US

By Ann Wright, March 21, 2019 While U.S.-North Korean contact is stalled, relations between North Korea and South Korea continue to increase.  Encouraging worldwide support for a peace agreement for the Korean peninsula, a consortium of four international women’s groups […]

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 […]