Peace and Disarmament

24.12.2019

“For Sama,” the Right Dose of Oxytocin

“For Sama,” the Right Dose of Oxytocin

By Jhon Sánchez Like Tim O’Brien in “How to Tell a War Story,” from “The Things They Carried,” I start this article with the following: ‘This is true. We have a buddy [in Siria.]” Her name is Waad al-Kateab, a journalist. Waad documents her family life, marriage, and pregnancy from… »

24.12.2019

Christmas: A Casualty of War

Christmas: A Casualty of War

By Camillo Mac Bica, Ph.D. I remember being far from home, family, and loved ones. Thrust into an alien and hostile land I didn’t even know existed. Christmas dinner choppered out to a desolate LZ. The space on the chopper where the cold turkey and warm beer had been, quickly… »

20.12.2019

The Real Lesson of Afghanistan Is That Regime Change Does Not Work

The Real Lesson of Afghanistan Is That Regime Change Does Not Work

By Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J S Davies The trove of U.S. “Lessons Learned” documents on Afghanistan published by the Washington Post portrays, in excruciating detail, the anatomy of a failed policy, scandalously hidden from the public for 18 years. The “Lessons Learned” papers, however, are based on… »

10.12.2019

Face 2 Face with Isaac Evans Frantz

Face 2 Face with Isaac Evans Frantz

On this show we speak with Isaac Evans-Frantz, a volunteer with Action Corps, about the situation in Yemen which is undergoing perhaps the worst humanitarian crisis on the planet right now. Isaac is asking for people to call 1-833-STOP-WAR to request that Congress NO to the National Defense Authorization Act… »

08.12.2019

West Point Professor Builds a Case Against the U.S. Army

West Point Professor Builds a Case Against the U.S. Army

West Point Professor Tim Bakken’s new book The Cost of Loyalty: Dishonesty, Hubris, and Failure in the U.S. Military traces a path of corruption, barbarism, violence, and unaccountability that makes its way from the United States’ military academies (West Point, Annapolis, Colorado Springs) to the top ranks of the U.S. military and… »

04.12.2019

NATO’s 4th Crises: The 2 Per Cent Goal as Defense Illiteracy

NATO’s 4th Crises: The 2 Per Cent Goal as Defense Illiteracy

By Jan Oberg Political NATO’s London Summit on December 3 and 4, 2019 displays the deep political crisis of the 70-year-old alliance: Only a dinner and a short meeting, no statement to be issued, quarrels among the leading military members, accusations, substantial differences on Syria and many other issues,… »

03.12.2019

COP25 Madrid: No free pass for military emissions anymore – Military is a climate killer!

COP25 Madrid: No free pass for military emissions anymore – Military is a climate killer!

There are few activities on earth as environmentally catastrophic as waging war. One of the biggest culprits of burning oil is the military and, whenever and wherever there is a conflict or a major military exercise, the amount of oil burned increases also releasing an increased burden of smoke. War… »

30.11.2019

Logbook of the Mediterranean for Peace Boat of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence

Logbook of the Mediterranean for Peace Boat of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence

19-26 November  by  Antonio Gancedo Between 19 and 26 November we  closed the last stage of the journey. We arrived at Livorno and Bamboo heading to their base on the island of Elba. November 19, 385 miles to reach the final stage: Livorno November 19 – It ‘s… »

27.11.2019

Pope Francis Calls Nuclear Weapons Immoral as Catholic Activists Face Jail For U.S. Nuke Base Action

Pope Francis Calls Nuclear Weapons Immoral as Catholic Activists Face Jail For U.S. Nuke Base Action

Over the weekend, Pope Francis visited Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where the United States dropped the first atomic bombs in 1945, killing more than 200,000 people. Pope Francis said, “A world without nuclear weapons is possible and necessary.” The leader of the Cathoilc Church met with survivors of the Hiroshima and… »

25.11.2019

War Is Not Green

War Is Not Green

Addressing the climate crisis is one of the most important challenges of our time. The U.S. military is the world’s largest consumer of oil and causes more greenhouse gas pollution than 140 nations combined. Yet 64% of our discretionary spending is siphoned off to the Pentagon every year and the… »

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