Features in issue 2572-2573

War is not part and parcel of human nature

by Douglas P Fry

Powerful findings from several decades of Peace Anthropology

First peoples

by Gabriel Carlyle

Weapons, but no war, at the Natural History Museum's pre-history exhibition

The power of legacies

by PN staff

Causes and codicils

Behind the Iraqi crisis: the crushing of the nonviolent Sunni uprising

by Milan Rai

Milan Rai recovers the hidden background to the current crisis

A summer of peace

by PN staff

First World War centenary key theme at this year's Camp

Centuries spent in West Philly

by Milan Rai

Training for Change’s powerful three-week ‘Super-T’ training for trainers

What is BASIC thinking?

by Paul Ingram

Exploring the reasoning behind the Trident Commission, and the benefits of the commission’s report

Going to the source

by Sue Smith, Denise Drake

An ongoing Quaker initiative to trace the roots of activist nonviolence training in the UK

Alice Wheeldon was a prophet

by Emily Johns, Gabriel Carlyle

Another story-poster from PN's 'The World is My Country' project

Why do we have peace studies?

by Rachel Julian

Exploring the relationship between peace studies and the peace movement: some thoughts to be discussed at PN Summer Camp