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No to NATO — Yes to Peace FESTIVAL

April 3, 2019 // 0 Comments

April 3-4, 2019, Washington, D.C. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is coming to Washington, D.C., on April 4. We’re organizing a peace festival to unwelcome them. Wednesday, April 3 at St. Stephen’s Church, 1525 Newton St NW, Washington, D.C. 20010: 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.: Art-Making Workshop, …

Midst more crises than we can count, and as we move into an increasingly confrontational and uncertain period in the wake of the Post-Cold War era, we are excited to announce an international peace movement building conference, April 2 in Washington, D.C. The conference, featuring …

U.S. and Russia: A History Lesson

May 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

Inside of Arlington National Cemetery is a small stone marker written in two different languages. A statement in English informs the visitor that the marker is “in recognition of the cooperation by American, Soviet, and Allied armed forces during World War II. This marker symbolizes the …

Amidst the rise of Trump and right-wing nationalism in the United States, fearful concerns about the rise of similar right-wing populist movements within Europe have inevitably intensified, particularly within the international peace movement, which remains highly cautious of the increasing dangers of global militarism and …

Nukes, NATO and Right-Wing Nationalism

March 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

The International Peace Movement’s Response to the Trump Debacle Reiner Braun has been a leading figure in the German and European peace movements since the early 1980s.  His connections with movements and political figures from Manila to Moscow and Berlin to Buenos Aries is extraordinary. …

Paul Walker and Prof. George Breslauer spoke to about 40 people at “Building a World Free of Weapons of Mass Destruction”, a Massachustts Peace Action Education Fund house party at the Walkers’ Cambridge residence June 2. Walker spoke on the Chemical Weapons Convention, which he …

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with the P5+1countries (the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia, and Germany) on July 14, 2015 marks a new chapter in the history of Iran’s nuclear program. Two decades of distrust around the purposes of Iran’s nuclear program, …

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