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The Nuclear Danger Gone? | David Swanson, World Beyond War

By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, June 8, 2021 You can talk with perfectly intelligent, educated, well-rounded people in the United States who don’t happen to work on trying to save the world from war (this is one of the dangers of relaxing your social distancing, that you run into these people), and when you raise the topic of war ...

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Talk Nation Radio: Jodie Evans: China is not our enemy | Talk Nation

Talk Nation Radio: Jodie Evans: China is not our enemy https://davidswanson.org/talk-nation-radio-jodie-evans-china-is-not-our-enemy/ This week on Talk Nation Radio: U.S.-China relations. Our guest is Jodie Evans. She is co-founder of CODEPINK, which works to stop U.S. Military interventions overseas, and promotes diplomatic solutions and divestiture from war. She served in the administration of Governor Jerry Brown and ran his presidential campaigns. She ...

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Peace in the Pentagon | CounterPunch

by David Swanson, author of “War is a Lie.” … I once spoke on a panel with a Democratic veteran candidate for Congress who thankfully lost but who advocated for everyone joining the military so that everyone would be familiar with what the military was. I have another proposal: everyone join civilian life, close the bases, dismantle the weapons, disassemble ...

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It’s Time To Feed the Hungry Peace Wolves | CounterPunch

Whether war or cooperation is the more dominant trait of humanity is one of the oldest questions in human discourse. There are no satisfying answers for either side exclusively, which seems to suggest the answer is in the eternal nature of the debate itself. David P. Barash in an op-ed in The New York Times called “Are We Hard-Wired For War?” tells ...

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