Features in issue 2576-2577

Uncovering Kobane

by Leila Al-Shami

International attention has focused recently on Kobani/Kobane, a Syrian Kurdish town on the border with Turkey, besieged by the al-Qa’eda splinter group ISIS (known to opponents by its Arabic acronym ‘Daesh’). Here a well-informed non-pacifist anarchist explains some of the background to the conflict.

Mission possible?

by Milan Rai, Emily Johns

Can we stop the replacement of the Trident nuclear weapon system?

Bertha von Suttner

by Annette Bygott

Celebrating the memory of a forgotten German pacifist

The culture shifts we need to build stronger movements

by Catalyst Project

The US anti-racist collective, Catalyst Project, recently circulated this text with the subject heading ‘What do you mean by anti-racism?’

Here comes Zylum!

by Zylum folk

Peace News launches a new set of internet tools to support grassroots campaigning groups

Te Puea

by Emily Johns, Gabriel Carlyle

Maori resistance to WW1

Resisting empire’s call

by Gabriel Carlyle

The hidden history of the Global South and the First World War

‘What the hell have we got to do with the war?’

by Gabriel Carlyle

Opposition to WW1 in the West Indies

Gandhi goes recruiting-oh!

by Gabriel Carlyle

The 'great soul''s role in WW1

The limits to eco-villages

by Kimberly Golden

PN interviews a British radical educator from the London Community
Housing Co-op who visited an idyll in Northern Germany