by Douglas P Fry
Powerful findings from several decades of Peace Anthropology
by PN staff
First World War centenary key theme at this year's Camp
by Gabriel Carlyle
Weapons, but no war, at the Natural History Museum's pre-history exhibition
The First World War was not a war for Belgium, it was a war for empire.
by Milan Rai
Milan Rai recovers the hidden background to the current crisis
A sharp increase in civilian casualties in Afghanistan following the closure of some US/NATO bases suggests that ordinary Afghans are now paying the price for the US decision to block earlier peace initiatives.
As the UK sends five additional armed Reaper drones to Afghanistan, campaigners continue to challenge government secrecy surrounding British drone operations.
British activists head for Beirut
by David Polden
83 hospitalised during hunger strike
Faslane Peace Camp strikes again!
Trident Ploughshares strikes again!
Judge order further disclosures by end of July
by Lotte Reimer
Killed soldiers remembered
by Jill Gough
Actions planned against Newport summit
by Angie Zelter
Nukes shopped to cops
by Kelvin Mason
Giant red dragon gathers signatures in Aberystwyth
Knitters prepare for nine-mile Aldermaston action
by Milan Rai
Training for Change’s powerful three-week ‘Super-T’ training for trainers
by Sue Smith, Denise Drake
An ongoing Quaker initiative to trace the roots of activist nonviolence training in the UK
by Emily Johns, Gabriel Carlyle
Another story-poster from PN's 'The World is My Country' project
by Rachel Julian
Exploring the relationship between peace studies and the peace movement: some thoughts to be discussed at PN Summer Camp
by Paul Ingram
Exploring the reasoning behind the Trident Commission, and the benefits of the commission’s report
by Jeff Cloves
Jeff Cloves confesses to extremism ...
by Ann Kramer
Ann Kramer examines the Tribunal system for WW1 COs
by Cornerstone Cath
How do you avoid the slippery slope of liberal excuses?
Causes and codicils
by Michael Scott
Michael Scott on the Committee of 100