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Watch for our enemies (We are they.)

Note from Kathie: Wherever possible, we attempt on this blog to provide psychological perspectives on violence and nonviolence.  Today, we share this slightly condensed Open Letter from Canadian Psychologists regarding Donald Trump’s travel ban. “We as Canadian professors of psychology and practitioners … Continue reading

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Abuse of ethical standards? Experts in support of war

By guest contributor Michael D. Knox, Ph.D. Since the end of World War II, the United States has bombed more than 25 countries. In these 68 years, no other nation has killed and injured more people living outside its borders. … Continue reading

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New technologies, new moral questions (Drone warfare, Part 1)

Since the first attempts to develop moral or legal standards for warfare and the consequent killing and destroying of war, technological developments invariably come along.

These technologies confound painstakingly agreed upon attempts to limit … Continue reading

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Women activists and International Women’s Day

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Today, Thursday March 8, is International Women’s Day. It is a good day for us to be grateful to the women peace activists who contribute to this blog—for example, San’aa Sultan, Dr. Dahlia Wasfi, and Jean Gerard. It is also … Continue reading

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