Soviet history teaches that violence isn’t a reflection of power, but rather a sign that the state is losing control.
The military is currently putting the breaks on the drive to war in Iran, says a former colonel and diplomat, but concerned citizens need to step up.
Today, we are unveiling a fresh new look at Waging Nonviolence, as well as an exciting new approach to the way we cover movements.
In this interview on his new book, "The Defiant," Dawson Barrett explains why neoliberalism should be in our crosshairs as the midterm elections approach.
In this podcast interview, I talk about my own journey to nonviolence, the importance of community and why nonviolent strategies and tactics are going to give us the best odds against the rising tide of white supremacy and fascism today.
President Duterte has been called the 'Filipino Trump.' He's worse. But resistance is growing.
An interview with Father Benjamin E. Alforque, convener of the church-based Filipino group Rise Up for Life and for Rights.
In this interview, George Lakey explains what lessons can be learned from how movements in Scandinavia won and secured their egalitarian economic model.
Fear is often deliberately manufactured — and then exploited — by those in power to further their own ends.
Family and friends who knew Daniel Berrigan best recount memories and anecdotes that speak to his character, conviction and wit.