Category: Anti-war

Alice Lynd: Moral Injury And Conscientious Objection: Saying No To Military Service

There appears to be a link between suicide and guilt for having killed, or failing to prevent death or injury

Ellen Isaacs: From Baltimore to Palestine

The increasingly militarized attacks on rebellious neighborhoods in the U.S.,, seem more and more like armed forces brought to bear on Palestinians in the Middle East.

David Swanson: Pentagon Admits that War is Illegal

What more prevalent tradition is there in the United States than striving to live up to past hypocritical but eloquent statements on justice and equality?

Andy Piascik: Long Distant Running, An Interview With Peace Activist Doug Allen

Over those 41 years, Allen, Professor of Philosophy, has been the one MPAC constant. His work illustrates how someone can devote their life-long distance running—to building a better world. He’s also a long-distance runner

Noam Chomsky: U.S. Power and the Godfather Principle

This is the fifth in a series of interviews concentrating mostly on questions gathered from young folks

Brian Terrell: President Obama and the Fog of War

Taking Responsibility for Drone Killings

Stephen F. Cohen: Why We Must Return to the US-Russian Parity Principle

We are in a new Cold War with Russia today, specifically over the Ukrainian confrontation, largely because Washington nullified the parity principle

Bill Quigley: Praying for Peace While Waging Permanent War?

Only when we work for the day when the U.S. is no longer the world leader in war will we have the right to pray for peace on Memorial Day

David Swanson: If U.S. Military Spending Returned to 2001 Level

Military spending is now 54% of U.S. federal discretionary spending

Michael Yates: Honor the Vietnamese, Not Those Who Killed Them

Instead of the accumulation of money capital as the motor force of the system, substitute the accumulation of dead enemy bodies

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