Choosing the Path of Peace in Syria Part One: The Siren Song of the No-Fly Zone

This is Part One of Peace Action’s multi-part series on U.S. Syria policy. Choosing the Path of Peace in Syria After five years of war, there is an urgent need for solutions that can save lives [...]

Peace Action on C-SPAN

Thanks to the hard work of national Peace Action board member (and University of Hawai’i Human Rights Law Center founder) Joshua Cooper, Peace Action got some serious airtime (an hour and a [...]

Yesterday's Terrorist

–Peter Deccy, Development Director One thing the killing of Osama bin Laden accomplished is it put aside any shame that should rightfully be borne by NATO for the ghastly bombing of Saif [...]

Confusion over Libya War Reflects the Decline of US Empire (Which is a Good Thing!)

–by Kevin Martin, Executive Director The U.S./British/French-led intervention in the civil war in Libya has caused confusion on many sides – in domestic public opinion, congressional [...]