Desmond Tutu Opposed Capitalism, Israeli Apartheid And US/UK Imperialism, Too

By This Week With David Rovics. -

Being a leader in the movement to end apartheid in South Africa was probably the greatest achievement of the man's life work, and it should come as a surprise to no one that this is the focus of [...]

South Korea Declares Multilateral Agreement To End Korean War

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In a major development in the Korean peace process, South Korea, North Korea, China and the United States have agreed to declare an end to the Korean War. The announcement was made by South [...]

US Peace Prize Awarded To World Beyond War

By US Peace Prize, Popular Resistance. -

The 2021 US Peace Prize has been awarded to World BEYOND War “for exceptional global advocacy and creative peace education to end war and dismantle the war machine.” Michael Knox, Chair of the [...]

Abby Martin On The Question: What Are The Prospects For Peace?

By John Rachel, Popular Resistance. -

Events are unfolding at a quickening pace. Facing an alarming escalation in tensions around the world, we are looking to our most respected and renowned thought leaders for an honest assessment [...]

Notes From National Peace And Justice Unity Meeting

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The meeting was attended by leaders from the US Peace Council, Black Alliance for Peace, United National Antiwar Coalition, United for Peace & Justice, Veterans For Peace, Answer Coalition, [...]

What A Peaceful Build-Up That Evades Ecological Breakdown Would Look Like

By Nina Koevoets, Waging Nonviolence. -

Sooner or later other events in this transition period that we’re in will also follow, to further increase the awareness of the seriousness of the climate crisis and possible extinction of our [...]

Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson: What Are The Prospects For Peace?

By John Rachel, Popular Resistance. -

Events are unfolding at a quickening pace. Facing an alarming escalation in tensions around the world, we are looking to our most respected and renowned thought leaders for an honest assessment [...]

Military Should Return Hawaii Lands

By Ann Wright, Popular Resistance. -

The 65-year leases of 30,000 acres of Hawaii state land by the U.S. military are ending in 2029. The state of Hawaii should not re-lease these lands no matter what the amount the U.S. military [...]

Brothers EMpowered Is Building That Village We All Need to Thrive

By Eric Ortiz, Popular Resistance. -

Charles Caine has a dream. Just like Martin Luther King understood civil rights include economic rights, Caine wants to give all people an opportunity to prosper. That mission starts with his two [...]

How Cutting Down Military Spending Could Bring About Peace

By Ron Forthfer, Palestine Chronicle. -

Since the end of WWII, especially since the breakup of the Soviet Union, it appears as if US political leaders feel they are trapped in a time warp and are unable to break free. They seem to [...]

Ten Problems With Biden’s Foreign Policy And One Solution

By Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, Popular Resistance. -

The Biden presidency is still in its early days, but it’s not too early to point to areas in the foreign policy realm where we, as progressives, have been disappointed--or even [...]

Time To Negotiate For Peace In Space

By Alice Slater, World Beyond War. -

The U.S. mission to dominate and control the military use of space has been, historically and at present, a major obstacle to achieving nuclear disarmament and a peaceful path to preserve all [...]

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 [...]