How the Pentagon forcibly removed Diego Garcia islanders and gassed their dogs

In order to convert the sleepy Indian Ocean island of Diego Garcia into a military base, the U.S. forcibly transported its 2,000 Chagossian inhabitants into exile.

‘No escalation' is first step to peace in Afghanistan

As the administration continues crucial discussions of next steps in Afghanistan, a broad coalition of peace organizations last week launched a new campaign, NoEscalation.org.


Kenneth Anderson keeps alive the spirit of Paul Robeson

Meet Kenneth Anderson, an accomplished musician, academic, veteran and civil rights activist.  He keeps the songs and spirit of Paul Robeson alive on and off the stage.


Building U.S.-China friendship

SAN FRANCISCO - "China-U.S. relations are now at a new historical point. The common interests between China and the United States are large, so is the scope of our cooperation."


Global labor launches campaign against nuclear weapons

In a sign of growing international labor solidarity around broad social issues, unions have launched a world-wide campaign on peace and nuclear disarmament.


Obama’s Peace Prize: Wise and timely

In conferring the Nobel Peace Prize on President Barack Obama, the Nobel committee made a wise and timely decision.

Texas antiwar activists target senator

DALLAS -The Dallas Peace Center is picketing Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson's office on 10440 North Central Expressway, 10 a.m. to noon every Saturday in October as we begin the ninth year of America's longest war, Afghanistan.


Working for peace in Afghanistan

After eight years of U.S. war in Afghanistan, ferment is growing in the country and the Congress about Washington’s next steps.