Andrea Needham, who 20 years ago was arrested for disarming weapons bound for Indonesia, argues for bold action for peace and justice.
Orzala Ashraf and Michael Semple, both passionate workers for peace, have very differing points of view. Comment on our debate.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|What remains||Humanitarianism under attack||April, 2018|
|War on coca farmers continues||What's left for the young?||January, 2018|
|Punished for pacifism||African village||January, 2017|
|How not to build peace||Trade unions - rebuild, renew, resist||September, 2016|
|When petitions and protests aren’t enough: what next?||Smiley-faced monopolists||July, 2016|
|The language of peacekeeping||Technology justice||May, 2016|
|Is the FARC peace deal something to celebrate?||10 economic myths||December, 2015|
|Japan's drift away from pacifism||Capitalism is spinning out of control||July, 2015|
|What kind of peace?||Where have all the girls gone?||October, 2013|
|Defending Korea’s peace island||Protection racket||June, 2012|
|Is talking to the Taliban a betrayal of Afghanistan’s women?||Climate change denial||May, 2011|
|Talking warheads||Dropping the bomb||June, 2008|