Post-tsunami threat to Sri Lankan peace
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Chris Richards reports from the frontline of nonviolent action’s newest frontier.
Stephen Zunes exposes the Western tactics that suppress peace in Iraq.
History’s rich tapestry of human rights won and dictators defeated without so much as a shot fired.
Alternatives to violence can get better results. So why aren’t we using them? Chris Richards goes to Sri Lanka and finds out.
Three of Israel’s refuseniks – Haggai Matar, Adam Maor, Matan Kaminer – explain why they could not serve in the army.
Start with the prevailing disposition of power, trim your principles to fit, and you end up with an organization stood on its head. David Ransom spells out the consequences.
It never was the UN’s job to make heaven on earth. Shashi Tharoor defends the organization against misguided missiles.
Few pacifists can put themselves in danger as much as David Hartsough, co-founder of the Nonviolent Peaceforce.