Why more women are breaking the fear barrier.
Civil disobedience is properly the last resort. It is also an unhappiness of citizenship.
My guest this week is Dalia Landau, an Israeli activist for reconciliation with Palestinians. Her story is recounted in The Lemon Tree.
Let’s demand the return of music for the people by the people.
At a busy downtown street corner, the Vigil for Peace keeps on keeping on.
Military strikes on Iran would not have the desired effect.
If Afghans are ever to rebuild their world, the United States must end its war and occupation.
The awarding of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize was monumental. It highlighted the role of women in building democracy, and it shattered prevailing Western views on the subjugation of Arab and Muslim women.
Tawakkul Karman, from Yemen, is the first Arab woman to get the Nobel, and she dedicated it “to all Arab revolutions."
Denouncing war and corporate greed, the protesters marched in front of the Chamber of Commerce and down K St, chanting, “We are the 99%.”
Obama is pulling a lethal switcheroo by preparing to stay beyond 2014.
To ensure that the Tibetans aren’t further alienated and radicalized, the Chinese regime needs to meaningfully negotiate.
Amitabh Pal reviews Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict, by Erica Chenoweth and Maria J. Stephan.