Author: The Editors

Tomorrow: WNV at the Brooklyn Peace Fair

Tomorrow, live at the Brooklyn Peace Fair, hear Waging Nonviolence editors Bryan, Eric, and Nathan talk about our work and look back over the past year’s major nonviolence news stories. The fair is totally free and open to the public. It will take place at Brooklyn College’s Student Center between noon and 5 pm. Our […]

Rise up like an Egyptian: Final thoughts

The people of Egypt have achieved a tremendous victory, one that has inspired the whole world to celebrate. The possibilities it raises for peace and democracy not only give hope to a region beset by authoritarian rule and Western intervention, but prove that nonviolent action is alive and well in the Muslim world. Unfortunately, this […]

Rise up like an Egyptian: Key factors to victory

The people of Egypt have achieved a tremendous victory, one that has inspired the whole world to celebrate. The possibilities it raises for peace and democracy not only give hope to a region beset by authoritarian rule and Western intervention, but prove that nonviolent action is alive and well in the Muslim world. Unfortunately, this […]

Rise up like an Egyptian: Challenges ahead

The people of Egypt have achieved a tremendous victory, one that has inspired the whole world to celebrate. The possibilities it raises for peace and democracy not only give hope to a region beset by authoritarian rule and Western intervention, but prove that nonviolent action is alive and well in the Muslim world. Unfortunately, this […]

Rise up like an Egyptian: Future implications

The people of Egypt have achieved a tremendous victory, one that has inspired the whole world to celebrate. The possibilities it raises for peace and democracy not only give hope to a region beset by authoritarian rule and Western intervention, but prove that nonviolent action is alive and well in the Muslim world. Unfortunately, this […]

Rise up like an Egyptian: First thoughts

The people of Egypt have achieved a tremendous victory, one that has inspired the whole world to celebrate. The possibilities it raises for peace and democracy not only give hope to a region beset by authoritarian rule and Western intervention, but prove that nonviolent action is alive and well in the Muslim world. Unfortunately, this […]