Last Thursday, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Scott Horton on Antiwar Radio, which goes out live in Austin, TX on KAOS 95.9FM, and is then replayed on stations in Southern California, San Francisco, and Oregon.
I gave a brief overview of what this site is all about, and then spoke on the use of nonviolence to force political changes, the decline of the antiwar movement after Obama’s election, the need for more creative and assertive protests, why there is no such thing as a humanitarian war and the replacement of soldiers with remote-controlled robots. Click below to stream or download the interview
In “Reckonings,” producer Stephanie Lepp explores how people change, asking listeners to examine their own assumptions about how far they can stretch their empathy.
Recent criticisms calling the founder of nonviolent theory a Cold Warrior are way off the mark. To rightly evaluate him, we need to understand the role he chose for himself.
A six-week strike by teachers has bolstered a movement against proposed austerity measures targeting Lebanon’s dangerously underfunded education system.