Political Science - Peace

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Voices for Peace: War, Resistance, an...

T. J. Coles

The United States military doctrine, as proclaimed by the Department of Defense, is to attain “full-spectrum dominance...in the air, land, maritime and space domains, and information environment...without effective opposition or pro...

Published: Sep 2017

Demand the Impossible: A Radical Mani...

Bill Ayers

In an era defined by mass incarceration, endless war, economic crisis, catastrophic environmental destruction, and a political system offering more of the same, radical social transformation has never been more urgent—or seemed more...

Published: Oct 2016

We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land: A...

Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter argues that the present moment is a unique time for achieving peace in the Middle East and offers a bold plan to do just that.

Published: Feb 2010

A Global Security System: An Alternat...

Shifferd Kent

Resting on a convincing body of evidence that violence is not a necessary component of conflict among states and between states and non-state actors, World Beyond War asserts that war itself can be ended. We humans have lived without ...

Published: Feb 2015

Embracing Israel/Palestine: A Strateg...

Michael Lerner

A major modern conundrum is how the Arab/Israel conflict remains unresolved and, seemingly, unresolvable. In this inspirational book, Rabbi Michael Lerner suggests that a change in consciousness is crucial. With clarity and honesty, h...

Published: Nov 2011

Vietnam: Lotus in a Sea of Fire: A Bu...

Thich Nhat Hanh

This stunning commentary on the cultural and political background to the war in Vietnam resonates deeply as the first work of Vietnamese writer, peace activist, and Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh This rare book from 1967 is one of t...

Published: May 2022

The Conscious Activist: Where Activis...

James O'Dea

An extraordinary and rousing manifesto from award-winning author James O'Dea, The Conscious Activist is both a compelling narrative and a deep reflection on the demands of mystical realization and effective activism. Throughout the ...

Published: Dec 2014

How Wars End: Why We Always Fight the...

Gideon Rose

IN 1991 THE UNITED STATES trounced the Iraqi army in battle only to stumble blindly into postwar turmoil. Then in 2003 the United States did it again. How could this happen? How could the strongest power in modern history fight two wa...

Published: Oct 2011

Every War Has Two Losers: William Sta...

William Stafford

Throughout most of the 20th century, from World War I until his death in 1993, America poet and pacifist William Stafford remained convinced that wars don't work. In his poetry and other writing, he showed that it is crucial to think ...

Published: Oct 2003

War No More: The Case for Abolition

David C. N. Swanson

This book presents what numerous reviewers have called the best existing argument for the abolition of war, demonstating that war can be ended, war should be ended, war is not ending on its own, and that we must end war.

Published: Sep 2013

Bethink Yourselves: Concerning The Ru...

Leo Tolstoy

NEW PRINT WITH PROFESSIONAL TYPE-SET IN CONTRAST TO SCANNED PRINTS OFFERED BY OTHERS Bethink Yourselves: Concerning The Russo-Japanese War Translated By Aylmer Maude This book is a result of an effort made by us towards making a c...

Published: Mar 2022

The Power of Nonviolence: Writings by...

Howard Zinn

A stirring anthology of writings about peace and nonviolence from Buddha to Arundhati Roy As you read this, America is at war. President Bush declared a 'war on terrorism' and 90 percent of the American people believed he was doing th...

Published: Sep 2002
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