by Howard Clark
We revisit Howard Clark’s ideas on nonviolent strategy from 1978
by Andrew Rigby, Michael Randle
Our dear friend and comrade Howard Clark was a mainstay of Peace News since the 1970s and of War Resisters' International (WRI) since the 1980s.
Howard's proposal for a network of nonviolence study and action groups
by Emily Masters
After a four-month campaign, the international Stop the Shipment campaign succeeded in stopping a shipment of over a million canisters of tear gas to Bahrain on 8 January.
by Dan Viesnik
Syria Peace and Justice
by Gabriel Carlyle
’Crime, once exposed, has no refuge but in audacity’ (Tacitus).
by David Polden
Dissenters in the ranks
Prosecution suffers numerous defeats in Combe Haven trials
by Virginia Moffatt
Family television wrestles with the concept of redemptive violence
by PN staff
Peace News' First World War poster project
by Carol Fox
79-year old Margaretta D’Arcy's anti-war action lands her in jail
by Jeff Cloves
‘Everybody in the whole cell block was dancing to the jailhouse rock’ Elvis Presley 1957
by Albert Beale
Howard Clark, reviews a Bradford University report by Nick Lewer and Oliver Ramsbotham on ‘humanitarian intervention’, written during the break-up of Yugoslavia.