Friday, January 02, 2009

Peace/Conflict Studies (2009)


AlterNet: War on Iraq

America Abroad Media: Explore the Critical International Issues of Our Time

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

American Empire Project

Amnesty International: Working to Protect Human Rights

Amnesty International USA: Action for Human Rights

Audio Anarchy

The Avalon Project: Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy

BBC World Service Documentaries

Bahá'í Faith

BCTC Peace and Justice Coalition (weblog)

Bill Moyers Journal

The Center for Public Integrity: Investigative Journalism in the Public Interest

Center for International Policy

Central Kentucky Council for Peace and Justice

Consortium News

Common Dreams

Cost of War (National Priorities Project)

Counterspin (FAIR)

Crimethinc: Ex-Workers Collective

The Daily Dish (Andrew Sullivan)

Democracy Now

Der Spiegel International (Germany)

The Epoch Times

European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR)


Food Not Bombs

Fora TV

Fora TV: Africa

Fora TV: China and the Pacific Rim

Fora TV: Europe

Fora TV: Globalization

Fora TV: India and South Asia

Fora TV: Latin America

Fora TV: Peace and Conflict

Fora TV: Military

Fora TV: The Muslim World

Fora TV: Security and Terror

Fora TV: US Foreign Policy

Fora TV: The World is Thinking

Free Speech Radio News

Friends of the Congo

Frontline Documentaries (PBS)

Greater Good Magazine: The Science of a Meaningful Life

The Guantanamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison (Andy Worthington)

History is a Weapon

Human Rights Now (Amnesty International)

Informed Consent: Thoughts on the Middle East, History and Religion (Juan Cole)

Institute for Policy Studies: Ideas Into Action for Peace, Justice, and the Envirnment

Iraq Veterans Against the War

Iraq Veterans Memorial

Jobs with Justice

Latin Radical (London libertarian communists)

Mayors for Peace

Military: All the Benefits of Service

Mother Jones

National Center for PTSD (United States Department of Veteran Affairs)

National Priorities Project

The New Republic: A Journal of Politics and the Arts

No More Victims: Educating and Advocating for Peace

Not Ignoring: Mike Boettcher in Iraq and Afghanistan

Open Source (Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies)

Orion Magazine: Nature/Culture/Place

Peace and Justice Coalition (BCTC Student Organization Website)

Peaceways (Central Kentucky Peace and Justice Coalition)

Political Communication Resources (W. Lance Bennett/Dept of Communication-Washington University)

The Progressive: Peace and Social Justice

Progressive Radio

Pro Publica: Journalism in the Public Interest

Psychoanalysts for Peace and Justice

Quakers: The Religious Society of Friends

Re-Constructions: Reflections on Humanity and Media after Tragedy

Rich Media, Poor Democracy: Researching the Issues (Michael Benton)

Robert Greenwald (Documentary filmmaker)

Snag Films (Free Documentaries Online)

Sojourners: Christians for Justice and Peace

Speaking of Faith (American Public Media)

Synthesis/Regeneration: A Magazine of Green Social Thought

UChannel: Access to a World of Ideas

UChannel: War

Vets 4 Vets: Peer Support for Iraq and Afghanistan Era Vets

The War Comes Home (FPFA: Berkeley, CA/CorpWatch)

Weekly Signals (KUCI: Orange County, CA)

West Point Graduates Against the War

Worldview (WBEZ: Chicago Public Radio)

Yes! Magazine: Supporting You in Creating a More Just and Sustainable World

Z Net

2009 Archive:

Han Shan: The Video Shell Oil Desperately Doesn't Want You to See

Landmark Trial Set to Begin Over Shell’s Role in 1995 Execution of Nigerian Human Rights Activist Ken Saro-Wiwa; “The True Cost of Chevron"

Democracy Now: Conservative Historian Andrew Bacevich Warns Against Obama’s Escalation of War in Afghanistan and Intensifying Use of Air Power ...

Politics of Culture: Barrack 18

Honoring Our Veterans on Memorial Day: We Must Repair Our Social Compact with Our Troops

Open Source with Christopher Lydon: Angles on Empire with Catherine Lutz and James Der Derian

Politics of Culture: The State of Human Rights in Russia

Democracy Now: A Look Back at the Church Committee’s Investigation into CIA, FBI Misuse of Power

Borradori, Giovanna. "Fundamentalism and Terror: A Dialogue with Jürgen Habermas/9/11 and Global Terrorism: A Dialogue with Jacques Derrida." (excerpts) Philosophy in a Time of Terror: Dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida. University of Chicago Press, 2002.

Scheffer, Alexander de Hoop. "Philosophy in a Time of Terror: Dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida." Sens Public (Second Edition: December 22, 2007)

Ruddle, Caroline. "What Lies Beneath? Distinguishing Humans from Skinjobs." Pop Philosophy (Podcast: 2009)

Democracy Now: Howard Zinn -- “I Wish Obama Would Listen to MLK”

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History: Addicted to Bondage

H. Bruce Franklin: Star Trek in the Vietnam Era

Counterspin: Glenn Greenwald on torture, Rose Aguilar on tent cities

Weekly Signals: Erna Paris author of The Sun Climbs Slow: Justice in the Age of Imperial America

Don Mitchell: "You Who are the Bureaucrats of Empire, Remember Who We Are"

Ariel Dorfman: How Do You Reach the Truth If Lying Has Become a Habit

On the Media: Obama's 7 Letter Word -- Torture

Torture Memos; Supertramp: "Crime of the Century"; Return of the Repressed

David Stout: Pentagon to Release More Detainee Abuse Photos

Noam Chomsky and Robert Trivers: On Deceit , Groupthink, Maintaining Credibility, and Denial

Feministe: Take a Minute for Fair Pay; Employee Free Choice Act -- National Ad; Take Action: Show Congress the Faces of the Employee Free Choice Act!

Michael D. Yates: A Nation of Immigrants

Chalmers Johnson: "We should have proceeded against al-Qaeda the same way we might have against organized crime"

Yes! Magazine: Special Themed Issue -- Food for Everyone

Sheri Fink: Bush Memos Suggest Abuse Isn’t Torture If a Doctor Is There

Left Field Cinema: Haxan - Witchcraft Through the Ages (Denmark: 1920)

Democracy Now: Noam Chomsky on the Global Economic Crisis, Healthcare, US Foreign Policy and Resistance to American Empire

Democracy Now: In Historic Vote, Vermont Legislature Legalizes Gay Marriage; Testimony of 12-Year-Old with Two Moms Moves Some Vermont Legislators

Morgan Strong: Israeli Scholar Shlomo Sand Disputes Founding Myth

Ian Buchanan: Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus and the Events of May '68

Counterspin: Ryan Chittum on Santelli's rant, Maria Elizabeth Grabe on network news bias

Democracy Now: Marxist Geographer David Harvey on the G20, the Financial Crisis and Neoliberalism

Democracy Now: Thousands Flood London’s Financial District to Protest G20 Summit; After G20, Mass Protests Await Obama at NATO Meeting

AlterNet: Rights and Liberties Special Coverage for April 2nd

National Lawyers Guild: Know Your Rights

Stephen Colbert on the Hypocrisy of Glenn Beck's 9/12 Project

Speaking of Faith: Repossessing Virtue -- Wise Voices from Religion, Science, Industry and the Arts on the Economic Crisis

Worldview: Arvind Ganesan--Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations; Fernando Coronil--Hugo Chavez in the Era of Obama

Weekly Signals: Will Bunch author of Tear Down This Myth: How the Reagan Legacy Has Distorted Our Politics and Haunts Our Future

"We Will Not Be Silent": ACLU Client Raed Jarrar Sues JetBlue and TSA

The Center for Public Integrity: Investigations -- Windfalls of War: US Contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan

Walter F. Roche Jr. and Ken Silverstein: Advocates of War Now Profit From Iraq's Reconstruction
Lobbyists, aides to senior officials and others encouraged invasion and now help firms pursue contracts. They see no conflict.

Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Vol. 1: Charter of the International Military Tribunal

Laura McClure: Iraq War, 6 Years and Counting

On the 6th Anniversary of the Iraq War

Sarah DiGregorio: Is Foie Gras Torture?

J. Hoberman: The Excruciating Details of Death-by-Starvation in Hunger

Jacob Needleman: The American Soul -- Founding Ideals and the American Dream

Tyler E. Boudreau: To Kill or Not to Kill

Howard Zinn: Lessons of Iraq War Start With US History

Democracy Now: Mark Danner -- Bush Lied About Torture of Prisoners

Open Source: Errol Morris’ “Feel-Bad” Masterpiece -- Standard Operating Procedure

Michael Benton: The Politics of Meat 2.0

Pamela Grace: Review of Hollywood Under Siege: Martin Scorsese, The Religious Right, and the Culture Wars

Jonathan M. Hansen: Cosmopolitan Patriots and Cosmic Patriotism

Lee Hill: Doing the Right Thing -- Naomi Wolf's The End of America (2007)

Gareth Evans: Franny Armstrong's The Age of Stupid

American Soldier Berating Iraqis Police

Mark Slouka: A Quibble

Left Field Cinema: Errol Morris' The Fog of War - Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara (2003)


John Lennon: I Am the Walrus

Cormac Deane: The Embedded Screen and the State of Exception: Counterterrorist Narratives and the War on Terror

Ziga Vodovnik: An Interview with Howard Zinn on Anarchism

Michael Benton: Pantheist Anarchists--Should We Fear Them?

Free Speech Radio: Did Israel use "cancer bombs" in recent Gaza attack?

Fora TV: Power & Sex--America's War on Sexual Rights

Battle of Algiers/Battaglia di Algeri, La (Algeria/Italy: Gillo Pontecorvo, 1966)

Stephen Shalom: Question and Answer on Gaza

Capturing Reality: The Art of Documentary (Pepita Ferrari: 2008); RiP: A Remix Manifesto (Brett Gaylor: 2008); Lawrence Lessig: Final Free Culture



Tom Engelhardt: The US Has 761 Military Bases Across the Planet, and We Simply Never Talk About It

On the Media: George Packer -- Orwell and the English Language

2008 Greek riots (Boston Globe Photo-Documentary)

Penny Coleman: Kids Learn That Killing Is Fun at the Army's Lethal New Theme Park

Ron Rosenbaum: Don't Give an Oscar to The Reader

Flobots: There's a War Going On For Your Mind; Stand Up; Anne Braden

Norman Solomon: Why Are We Still At War

Speaking of Faith: Pankaj Mishra -- The Buddha in the World

Joshua Holland: Controversial Bestseller Shakes the Foundation of the Israeli State

Milos Stehlik: The Iraq War in Film

Worldview: Ari Folman -- Waltz with Bashir

Weekly Signals: John Lamb Lash author of Not in His Image: Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology, and the Future of Belief

Weekly Signals: An interview with Dacher Keltner the author of Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life

International News Coverage in a New Media World: The Decline of the Foreign Correspondent

Jacques Rupnik: The Empire Strikes Back--American and European Responses to a Resurgent Russia (UChannel)

Provoke Radio: Filmmaker Lisa Jackson on Violence Against Women in the Congo

David Korten: The Speech President Obama Should Deliver… But Won't

Media Matters with Bob McChesney: Andrew Bacevich, author of The Limits of Power: American Exceptionalism

Philosophy Bites: Chandran Kukathas on Genocide

On the Media: War Crimes (Mexico)

Gary Kamiya: What Waltz With Bashir can teach us about Gaza

On the Media: Flog of War

Max Blumenthal: Pro-Israel Rally Attended by Big-Time NY Dems Descends into Calls for 'Wiping Out' Palestinians

Plazm #28: The Timeline of Dissent

The Treatment: Director Susanna White -- Generation Kill

Philip K. Dick: "If you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who use the words"

Guardian Weekly: The Bush Years

Andrew Sullivan: Proportionality and Terror (Israel/Hamas)

Howard Zinn: Empire or Humanity? What the Classroom Didn't Teach Me about the American Empire

AlterNet: Israel's Ground Invasion of Gaza Continues

Erica Thompson: Operation Disrupt Democracy in El Salvador

Democracy Now: Howard Zinn on “War and Social Justice”

Democracy Now: Israeli Lawmaker and Conscientious Objector Nephew of Ex-PM Benjamin Netanyahu Denounce Israeli Attack on Gaza Strip

Remembering Harold Pinter (1930-2008): "Art, Truth and Politics"

2008 Archive

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