Peace History

The role of citizen movements in opposing war and demanding nuclear disarmament.

From the Streets to the Ballot Box: Ending the War in Iraq,” Mobilizing Ideas (blog) (2 July 2012).

“PEACE: A History of Movements and Ideas,” in Peace and Conflict Studies: A Reader, edited by Charles Webel and Jorgen Johansen (Taylor & Francis, 2011).

Audio interview on WSBT regarding new Pentagon plans for the military.

Book Review, Antony Adolf. Peace: A World History, in Journal of Peace Research 47, no. 4 (July 2010): 511.

Peace and War in Oslo,” The Nation, 4 January 2010.

In This Era of Hope, Obama Must Embrace a Genuine Agenda of Peace,”  Alternet Post, 18 December 2008.

Peace: A History of Movements and Ideas (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, July 2008).

The Movement Against War in Iraq,” from Nonviolent Social Change, the bulletin of the Manchester College Peace Studies Institute, 34, Manchester, IN (November 2007).

“SANE Reborn.” In Peace Action: Past, Present, and Future, Glen Harold Stassen and Lawrence S. Wittner (Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2007): 47-57.

“The World Says No: The Global Movement against War in Iraq,” The Iraq Crisis and World Order: Structural Institutional and Normative Challenges, edited by Ramesh Thakur and Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu (United Nations University Press Publishers, November 2006): 75-91.

Cooperative Security: The Alternative to Pax Americana.” In War and Border Crossings, Ethics When Cultures Clash, Peter A. French and Jason A. Short (Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2005):59-71.

Civil Society: The Other Superpower,” Disarmament Diplomacy (March/April 2004: 40-42.

Beaten Down: A History of Interpersonal Violence in the West, by David Peterson Del Mar. Review essay in Pacific Historical Review (November 2003).

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