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Hungering for Nuclear Disarmament

At a fast and vigil near a naval submarine base in Georgia, Kathy Kelly and her fellow activists stand in solidarity with those awaiting trial for their civil disobedience of symbolically beating swords into plowshares. They strive to call attention to the horror of nuclear war and prevent it by persuading the world to disarm.

Peace and the Nuclear Paradox

As President Trump threatens to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement, a step that could lead to war in Iran, Robert Koehler considers the hypocrisy of the US strategy to make more usable nukes while posturing for war against a country without any in the name of keeping the world safe.

The Other Superpower?

Robert Koehler observes that support for war comes from the same instincts of generosity and selflessness that drive opposition to war as he seeks to help us transform from a military superpower to a superpower of peacemaking.