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Book Launch Event in Washington, D.C., November 29, 2018

Alternative Approaches to Global Security: A book launch and symposium on rethinking global security and alternatives to war Thursday, November 29, 2018, 6:30 – 8:00 pm Georgetown University Leavey Center, Leavey Program Room 3800 Reservoir Road, NW, Washington, D.C. 20007 […]

No to NATO Yes to Peace April 2019 Rides and Lodging Board

Main No to NATO Yes to Peace page. Lodging information including available spots in a hostel for $50 is here. Please offer or request lodging or rides in the comments below.

World BEYOND War is a finalist for the Educators’ Challenge Competition

World BEYOND War is a finalist for the Educators’ Challenge competition created by the Global Challenges Foundation. The Educators’ Challenge seeks “innovative approaches to engage students and broader audiences in discussions on the importance and principles of global governance, its […]

Dan Crenshaw Sounds Like a Propagandist for Mass Murder

By David Swanson, Director of World BEYOND War What is more sick about U.S. society? 1) It’s totally 100% acceptable to make cruel stupid jokes about people’s appearance. 2) There’s an exception. You shouldn’t do it if the thing you’re […]

Why Yemeni War Deaths are Five Times Higher Than You’ve Been Led to Believe

By Nicolas J S Davies, CounterPunch Photo Source Felton Davis | CC BY 2.0 In April, I made new estimates of the death toll in America’s post-2001 wars in a three-part Consortium News report. I estimated that these wars have now killed several million people.  I […]


By Jeunesse Révolution Macron Invites Trump and Netanyahu to a “Peace Forum” French President Emmanuel Macron invited Donald Trump and 60 heads of State to attend a “Peace Forum” in Paris on November 11-13. It will be preceded one day […]

Armistice Day First

By John LaForge It gets harder to commemorate World War I, because of time and the public’s embrace of, or indifference to, a permanent war economy. About the Great War British novelist H.G. Wells wrote on August 14, 1914, “This […]

A Tale of Two Marines

By David Swanson These two young men may have an infinite number of things in common, but the actions they took this week do not. One used a pro-war ceremony at a professional basketball game to reject the celebration of […]

Celebrate Armistice Day, Not Veterans Day

By David Swanson for The Humanist Do not celebrate Veterans Day. Celebrate Armistice Day instead. Do not celebrate Veterans Day — because of what it has become, and even more so because of what it replaced and erased from U.S. […]

Did A North Korean Nuclear EMP Bomb Threat Lead to Peace Talks With President Trump?

By John Lewallen, A Deadly Game of Nuclear Chicken On March 17, 2017, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stood in the stark, empty building on the 38th Parallel that divides North from South Korea and touched off one […]

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