Only Supporters Of Peace Should Be Appointed To The Nobel Peace Prize Committee

By Jan Oberg, Transnational. -

Since 2007, a number of TFF Associates – Fredrik Heffermehl to mention the leading world expert on it – have been engaged in creating awareness of the de facto and de jure misuse of the world’s [...]

Afghanistan War: A Troop Drawdown is Welcome, But It’s Not Enough

By Win Without War. -

“A drawdown of U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq is a long-overdue and welcome step in the right direction. But let’s be clear: this is just a step, not an end to these long wars. Maintaining [...]

Biden Signals Flexibility On North Korea

By Tim Shorrock, The Nation. -

The friendly interplay last week between Moon Jae-in, the president of South Korea, and Joe Biden, the incoming president of the United States, signaled subtle but important differences about how [...]

Celebrate Armistice Day – Wage Peace With Renewed Energy!

By Gerry Condon, Popular Resistance. -

November 11 is Armistice Day, marking the 1918 armistice that ended the First World War, on the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.” Horrified by the industrial slaughter of [...]

How South Korea’s Intelligence Service Quietly Pushes Peace Talks

By Tim Shorrock, Deep State Blog. -

Tensions between the two Koreas escalated again last month after a South Korean fisheries official, possibly attempting to defect, was shot dead by North Korean army troops after he swam across [...]

What Trump And Biden Get Wrong About North Korea

By Christine Ahn, Global Research. -

But this is a false dichotomy. Meeting or not meeting with the North Korean leader hasn’t been the failure of U.S. policy. And more pressure and sanctions will not convince North Korea to give up [...]

Solidarity With Colombia’s Indigenous Minga And National Strike!

By the Alliance for Global Justice. -

Minga is an indigenous concept that means working to build together, doing things in community for the wellbeing of all. The leaders of the Minga are also calling on President Iván Duque to meet [...]

On Contact: Truth Of War With Danny Sjursen

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses ‘Ghost Riders of Baghdad: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Myth of the Surge’ with Danny Sjursen, a combat veteran and West Point graduate. "We talk a [...]

The ‘Wall of Vets’ Continues Long Legacy Of Veteran Activism 

By Brian Trautman,  Peace Voice. -

Military veterans have long been resisting war, promoting positive peace, and defending human and civil rights against state violence and other forms of oppression. They have made significant [...]

Truth And Justice: Green’s Trailblazing World Peace Platform

By Lauren Smith, Popular Resistance. -

The Green Party believes that economic development is only environmentally sustainable globally when it’s rooted democratically in social and economic justice. As a superpower, our government’s [...]

Update On Kings Bay Plowshare 7 Sentencing

By Kings Bay Plowshare 7. -

On Friday, May 22, Judge Lisa Godbey Wood of the Southern District Federal Court of Georgia in Brunswick assigned new dates for seven defendants, according to the Kings Bay Plowshares' attorney, [...]

Making Peace An Election Issue

By Joe Lombardo, United National Antiwar Coalition. -

In this series of interviews by the United National Antiwar Coalition, Joe Lombardo speaks with Margaret Kimberley who is an author, editor of Black Agenda Report and coordinating committee [...]

Disobedient Peace As A Form Of Non-Cooperation With Inhumanity

By Peace Science Digest. -

Peace is often viewed as the absence of violence, individuals and groups getting along, and, simply, an orderly life within and between societies. In this view, peace is often thought to be [...]

COVID-19 Time: Reduce Military And War Budget

By the Resistance Center for Peace and Action and Mass Peace Action, Popular Resistance. -

The unprecedented scale of the impact of COVID-19 pandemic gives rise to many questions about the ways our society is organized and how our future society should be rebuilt. One issue that has an [...]

What Does U.N. Secretary General’s Call For Ceasefire Mean For Countries In Conflict?

By Samira Sadeque, Inter Press Service. -

United Nations (March 25, 2020) - Conflict experts are concerned the global ceasefire called for by the United Nations amid the coronavirus outbreak may not work and could lead to a rise in [...]