The call of the peace movement 20 years ago–invading troops out!–should be the call of the peace movement today.
Russia is increasingly becoming the Saudi Arabia of the north.
A personal recollection on the day that launched the Iraq War — and its lessons for us 18 years later.
We must end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the next time our leaders argue for the necessity of war, it’s up to us to resist.
The anti-war movement needs money, and the Koch brothers have it. But it comes with strings attached.
Peace activists must look beyond our own movement.
Trump’s wars are now all over the map. The peace movement can fight back by joining already thriving intersectional campaigns.
And he called them out fearlessly.
Telling the Truth. Learning the Lessons at the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam Peace Movement.
The Institute for Policy Studies co-sponsors a discussion and signing of a book on “The Antiwar Movement and the Democratic Party after 9/11” by Michael T. Heaney and Fabio Rojas.
Phyllis Bennis and filmmaker Amir Amirani discuss the largest mobilization of people in human history — the 2003 protest against the invasion of Iraq — and its relevance to today.
Join IPS and Community Cinema [DC] for this preview that explores the extraordinary and complex life of the legendary athlete outside the boxing ring, including a Q&A with David Zirin, sports writer for The Nation and author of Game Over: How Politics Has Turned the Sports World Upside Down.
Our movement changed history. While we did not prevent the Iraq war, the protests proved its clear illegality, demonstrated the isolation of the Bush administration policies, helped prevent war in Iran, and inspired a generation of activists.
Why does the media treat a dead mouse as more important than an anti-war protest?
The leaks just fill in details of what we already knew: that the Afghan War is too costly to continue.