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Comment and Analysis

Justifying violence

The most dangerous form of violence in South Asia is arguably the threat of nuclear war between India and Pakistan.

A cautionary tale from Kosovar women to the women of Iraq

This article is being written as another war comes to an end, the war in Iraq.

Democracy in Northern Ireland

The recent impasse on re-establishing the institutions of local government in Northern Ireland raises many questions, among them the goodwill of both the republican and unionist communitie

An end in sight?

Over the past three years, one of the most frequently asked questions in Zimbabwe (and often asked of me by my 79-year old mother) has been “why are they not taking to the streets

Editorial: No note of apology

What are you? Some kind of apologist for Saddam?

Stories and Strategies: nonviolent resistance and social change

To assess something which you're intimately involved with is difficult.

Staying power

The woman passed by, then came back and took a leaflet.

Editorial: Filling the gaps

On 26 September 2002, British freelance TV journalist Roddy Scott was killed after being shot in the head while filming in Ingueshetia.

Eurosatory 2002: arms trader gathering

One of the special guests at Eurosatory this year was Mr Kalashnikov. His world famous invention - the Kalashnikov sub-machine gun - is now used in most conflicts across the globe.

Nuclear war over Kashmir: a real threat

International and grassroots peace groups are continuing to urge strong action to defuse the escalating tension between Pakistan and India over Kashmir - mostly out of fear for an “acciden