Recent Articles

Peace Activists Make Overnight Stop in Newton on Way to Protest U.S. Drone Usefrom the Newton Independent
Drone protesters finish 195-mile march to Des MoinesCoverage of the walk in the DesMoines Register
Chicago group protests dronesfrom the West Liberty Index
Covering Ground in Iowa City Videos from the event at Iowa City Public Library
Activists protest drone warfareBy Celine Klosterman of the Catholic Messenger
Anti-drone activists marching across IowaGroup protesting Air National Guard plans
Peace activists protest use of dronesBy Jonathan Turner
Look, up in the sky!By Mike Ferguson of Muscatine Journal
Peace activists protest war drones during Quad-City eventBy Linda Cook
Peace activists march against US dronesBy Stephen Elliott
Drone Protest Hits the Quad-CitiesFrom the Quad-City Times
Former Yankton Inmate Fights Against Drone Use"I really feel that [all] this activism has had a positive result.”
UK Protesters Plant Garden on Royal Drone BaseBritain Has Entered the Targeted Killing Business
Wardak Nightmares“When Afghans speak the truth, our lives are in danger...”
"I Protest"Challenging the War Policies of the United States
Sharing a Meal with Qasim El SabtiCathy Breen writes from Baghdad
Thanking Bradley ManningBy Kathy Kelly in Kabul
Advice from an Afghan Mother and Activist: “Resist these Dark Times.”by Kathy Kelly
Hancock's Reaper drone; Remote control there and hereBy Ed Kinane
Baghdad, May 25, 2013Update from Cathy Breen
Brian Terrell Was Released TodayHe Just Finished a 6-Month Sentence for Protesting Drones
Love Letters from Kabul – On EmotionsLetters from Samia, Hakim, and Abdulhai
Fasting to Support Guantanamo Bay Hunger StrikersInterview with Maya Evans of VCNV UK
Pandora’s Hope Meets Afghan ActionDecisions and Strategies for a Sewing Collective
For Mothers Everywhere, Bereaved by Senseless ViolenceCreate Peace and Security so Afghans Can Have a Life
Tales in a Kabul Restaurant“What can we do? We are caught between the Taliban and the internationals. Our local government does not help us.”
The Struggle to UnderstandThe sectarian violence has increased markedly. There is ... no indication that the violence and killings will lessen or that Al Qaida can be rooted out. “There is great sadness in our hearts."
Now the Bombs Are Every DayA Report from Baghdad, Iraq
Drone Pilots Expose Politicians' LiesBy David Swanson
When Are You Coming Back to See Us?An Initial Report-Back from the April Delegation to Afghanistan
Hunger strike reinvigorates movement to close Guantánamoby Jake Olzen
It's All About KinshipA report from Najaf, Iraq
President Obama: Close Detention Facility at Guantanamo BaySign the Petition on Change.org
Global Days of Action to Shut Down Guantanamo!May 17th-May19th
Arrests at Federal Courthouse in NYC as Hunger Strike at Guantanamo WidensUpdate from Witness Against Torture
Drones, Sanctions and the Prison Industrial ComplexBrian Terrell writes from Federal Prison Camp in Yankton, South Dakota
Ed Kinane’s Closing StatementFrom the 18 April 2013 Trial for “Trespass” at Hancock Air Base on 5 Oct 2012
Gitmo Is Killing Me By Samir Naji al Hasan MoqbelPlease take a moment to read. And share. And act.
Atrocities in Afghanistan: A Troubling Timetableno teaser
How can a veteran of war in Afghanistan help us understand good conscience? Dr. Hakim interviews Nao Rozi
Reflection from the roadBy Kathy Kelly
Guantanamo Fast in AfghanistanThe Feelings Humans Have for One Another Have Not Died
War without Endby Kathy Kelly
Love Letters from Kabul – on SafetyHakim, Abdulhai, and Samia's Plea for a Fairer Life for All
The Borders We're Used to Guardingon Overcoming Arbitrary Separations
Casa del Migrantereport from the south Texas border
Petraeus' Torture Teams By John Tirman
Right to Heal Initiative Launch on 10 Year Anniversary of Iraq InvasionCall to Action on 10 Year Anniversary of Iraq Invasion