Vol.31, No.1: January-March 2015
“We’ve got our eyes on you, mate!” Sign carried by marchers in Kyiv during the Euromaidan protests, January 2014.
Ukraine: What Happened Next
A Peace Activist’s War COMMENT
Dmytro Potekhin is a democracy and nonviolence activist in Ukraine. He was captured by rebels in Donetsk at the height of the 2014 civil war, and was held for 48 days. Metta Spencer spoke with him in Kyiv in November.
Also in this issue
Civil Society and the Vienna Conference COMMENT
Governments, international NGOs, and grassroots groups have been talking—intensely—about nuclear weapons for the past two years. Their third big international conference was in Vienna in December. Erin Hunt was there, and reports that civil society groups are regaining momentum.
Mubarak Awad on Nonviolence COMMENT
In October 2000, we published a discussion between Montreal-based Israeli academic Meir Amor and Palestinian nonviolence advocate Mubarak Awad . Fifteen years later, the two talked again about the way toward a nonviolent future in Israel/Palestine.
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