Peacework Magazine, a peace and social justice webzine, investigates, uncovers, highlights, catalyzes, and mobilizes the nonviolent success stories of today -- and tomorrow.
Views expressed are those of the authors, not necessarily of Peacework Magazine.
Telling the truth is frequently unpopular, but it is an important way to help communities survive and grow, and heal the wounds opened by war.
If a president is allowed to hide executive actions without review, the president becomes a dictator.
We can enforce a peace by refusing to hate, refusing to kill.
Only when the horrible scenes from Gaza started to appear on Western TV screens, did world public opinion gradually begin to change.
Summary:As of 2006 there had been more than 330 cases in which US military and civilian
personnel were credibly alleged to have abused or killed detainees.
Summary:Stephen Lendman reviews Protesting Power: War, Resistance, and Law by Frances Boyle.
Zia Mian reviews books on the current nuclear threat by Joseph Gerson, Joseph Cirincione, and William
We have a right to petition the government for a redress of grievances, and Guantánamo Bay prison is beyond grievous.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs