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World BEYOND War Peace Almanac

World Beyond War Peace Almanac

This Peace Almanac lets you know important steps, progress, and setbacks in the movement for peace that have taken place on each day of the year. BUY THE PRINT EDITION HERE. This Peace Almanac should remain good for every year […]

Monty Python State Department

Scene:  A cafe.  One table is occupied by a group of Vikings wearing horned helmets. Whenever the word “war” is repeated, they begin singing and/or chanting. A man and woman enter.  The man is played by Eric Idle, the woman […]

Dave Lindorff and Dave Swanson Try to Count the Current Wars

Dave Lindorff and Dave Swanson Try to Count the Current Wars

Host Dave Lindorff interviews David Swanson, labor and peace activist, author of the book “War No More: The Case for Abolition” and the website, about the rapidly expanding crises that the US has been promoting in Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, the […]

Keep Space for Peace Week

October 4-11, 2014   Keep Space for Peace Week International Week of Protest to Stop the Militarization of Space     Stop Drones Surveillance & Killing No Missile Defense No to NATO Expansion End Corporate Domination of Foreign/Military Policy Convert […]

NATO Forces in Eastern Europe May Lead to Endless War, Hostilities – Expert

RIANOVOSTI WASHINGTON, August 28 (RIA Novosti), Lyudmila Chernova – The deployment of NATO forces to new bases in Eastern Europe opens new possibilities for endless war and hostilities, New York director of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) Alice Slater […]

Breakthroughs and Hurdles in Colombia’s Peace Talks

Breakthroughs and Hurdles in Colombia’s Peace Talks

Analysis by Constanza Vieira, IPS The first delegation of victims of Colombia’s armed conflict offer a press conference after their talks with the government and FARC negotiators on Aug. 16 in Havana, Cuba. Credit: Jorge Luis Baños/IPS BOGOTA, Aug 25 […]

The Smaller Deaths

The Smaller Deaths – a Newmanov Transmission from Newmanov Transmission on Vimeo.

The U.S. Public Smarter (But Lazier) Than It Looks

A BBC audio podcast from the show “Four Thought” (go here and click on the date “13 8 14”) includes a talk by Italian journalist Mara Oliva. She grew up in the same Italy infatuated with the U.S. that I […]

When Catholics Become a Peace Church

When Catholics Become a Peace Church

In October, Pax Christi will buy a full-page ad in the National Catholic Reporter prior to the annual meeting of the U.S. bishops. The ad will advocate abandoning the idea of a “just war,” something the Catholic church, including in […]

So, I Asked the Russian Ambassador What He Thinks of NATO

The Russian Ambassador to the United States, Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak, spoke at the University of Virginia on Tuesday evening, in an event organized by the Center for Politics, which no doubt has video of the proceedings. Kislyak was once ambassador […]