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The American Committee for East-West Accord

Professor Stephen Cohen recently formed a committee along with prominent statesman such as Bill Bradley and Jack F. Matlock.  They are using their voices to express concern over the heightening tensions in Ukraine, as well as Eastern Europe as a whole.  The … Continue reading

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Radio: Talking War and Peace with Conservatives

Come Home America’s Angela Keaton speaks to Tom Woods about how to discuss peace with conservatives. Tom Woods is the co-editor of We Who Dared Say No to War.

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Hersh’s Story on Killing Bin Laden: The Painfully Obvious

As the initial sniggers of “conspiracy theorist” in reaction to Seymour Hersh’s big story on the killing of Osama bin Laden are being increasingly met with corroboration from other sources, it’s important to understand why this story is so important. … Continue reading

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Law School Profs whiff against student protest: Harold Koh and the immunization of war crimes

By Alan Gilbert Nonwhite students at NYU Law School, led by Amanda Bass and Aman Deep, protested the hiring of Harold Koh, a famous human rights lawyer who worked for the Obama administration, to teach human rights.  Their petition below, … Continue reading

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Libertarianism For and Against War

This is an excerpt of an article by Cory Massimino, May 06, 2015 Libertarian Reasons Against War (in no particular order): 1. War requires aggression. It’s simply irresponsible to speak of war without innocent casualties. Given the weapons, tactics, and … Continue reading

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Nuclear Disarmament: Are the Churches the Key?

I came back from the Peace and Planet conference last weekend in New York City with several big takeaways. Perhaps top of mind was the impression made by the massive turnout by people from all over to Japan to say: … Continue reading

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Iran – the Imperial Congress versus the President, the American people and a common good

by Alan Gilbert Obama’s negotiation with Iran avoids following the blind Netanyahu/neocon attack, attack, attack syndrome. Having fostered three losing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq – now four counting the new war against IS – and with no troops to … Continue reading

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