Features in issue 2663

Stories teach us how to win

by George Lakey

As George Lakey publishes his brilliant memoir, Dancing with History: A Life for Peace and Justice, here are some wonderful stories from his life of committed nonviolence.

Come together?

by Gabriel Carlyle

Three possible joint campaigns for the peace and climate movements


Cutting military spending is an urgent necessity

by PN staff

The peace movement has a window of opportunity to press the government

Austerity 2.0 is a choice not a necessity

by Milan Rai

The £55bn ‘fiscal black hole’ is not a real thing

‘The world still looks like an empire’

by Mia Mottley

These are excerpts from the speech of Mia Mottley, the prime minister of Barbados, at the opening of COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

Activism is not an unpopularity contest

by Gabriel Carlyle

Head-on confrontation is not always the way to win