We’re very proud to announce that the World BEYOND War monthly podcast blew past the 10,000 total downloads mark a couple of weeks ago. Last we checked we were at 10,795, and we really don’t have time to check very often. But this is a good time for me to thank everybody who helped
By Marc Eliot Stein, May 30, 2022 World BEYOND War · Alison Broinowski: From Diplomat to Activist in Australia Alison Broinowski is an author, diplomat, global peace activist and World
By Marc Eliot Stein, April 30, 2022 Activists and advocates for a humane planet have enough to cope with in 2022. But we also need to pay special attention to
“I was arrested for singing … I’ve been hauled off and left to swelter in paddy wagons for 7 hours, and hog-tied and somebody kneeled on me and I thought if I’d been another color and saying ‘I can’t breathe’ …” – Kathy Kelly
As new wars loom around the world, Koohan Paik-Mander shares the experience that always gives her strength as a peace activist: working with protestors in Jeju Island in Korea trying to stop a US military base from invading their natural paradise.
Our fascinating and wide-ranging conversation covered the politics of water, the credibility of contemporary journalism, the status of refugee communities in Jordan from Palestine, Syria, Yemen and Iraq, the outlook for peace in an age of imperial decline, social conservatism and gender in Jordan, open source reporting, the effectiveness of antiwar activism and much more.
Our latest podcast episode features an interview about the antiwar protests outside the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow with Tim Pluta, World BEYOND War’s chapter organizer in Spain. Tim joined a coalition to protest COP26’s weak stance on the “carbon bootprint”, the disastrous abuse of fossil fuels by military forces that USA and other nations refuse to acknowledge.