War And Peace

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Reese Ehrlich

In Gaza this week, Israeli and Palestinian groups clashed and ultimately agreed to a ceasefire. more



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It’s nothing short of a betrayal that the Democratic leadership would turn this important committee over to someone so far to the right. more


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Reese Erlich

Khashoggi’s death is finally focusing world attention on Saudi atrocities in Yemen, and U.S. midterm elections could reverse Trump’s policies that support the war. more


“We’re acknowledging the many ways militarization shows up in our lives and neighborhoods.” more



Dr. Hakim

Earlier this year, Afghan peace activists walked barefoot across their country to advocate for nonviolence. Now they’re recruiting young people to take up the cause. more


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Jeff Abbott

The Catholic Church resisted, stating that Romero was far too political. more



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The war is over, but its legacy remains—and human rights advocates are being targeted. more


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On the International Day of Peace, remembering a pioneer in nuclear disarmament and the evolution of humanity away from war. more

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“I don’t think the Saudis would be conducting this level of atrocity if not for the support from the United States.” more

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Reese Erlich

We’ll see if anything significant about Syria comes out of the Putin-Trump summit. But don’t hold your breath. more


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The thirty-seven-year-old Iowa-raised Foster often plays outsiders and marginalized characters. His most recent film, he says, reminds us there are good people, even in scary times. more



Ken Kistler

Dying empires often plunge into costly, disastrous military misadventures. They also tend toward political extremism as the painful loss of dominance demoralizes the citizenry. Sound familiar? more


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Afghans could be forgiven for feeling paralyzed and defeated by controlling elites who ignore their most basic human needs. Yet every day, Afghan communities reject continued war and call for peace. more


“I wanted to write a basic book because most Americans know so little about Iran.” more



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The National Security Advisor made sure talks with North Korea fell apart before they even happened. more


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Reese Erlich

Why would young people risk their lives to protest the occupation? Let's take a look at some of the underlying political issues. more



Gage Skidmore

A new benchmark for hypocritical, arrogant, and entitled demands by the United States on foreign governments. more


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On the 70th anniversary of the Nakba—commemorating when 750,000 Palestinian Arabs were expelled from their homes in 1948—it’s time to put to rest the tired canard that the greatest obstacle to peace is Palestinian violence. more

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After years of dormancy, there have been surprising stirrings in the nuclear disarmament field. more

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Michael Büker

Over the past twenty-five years, there has been remarkable headway in bringing to justice people accused of mass slaughter, rape as a weapon of war, and crimes against humanity. more