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A strategy for peace

KENNEDY: He said in his speech in 1963: "Where ignorance too often abounds and truth too seldom prevails, the most important subject we have is: world peace." Was it possible, as he said, "to create conditions so that weapons can finally be abolished"? According to Kennedy, the struggle for disarmament had been a matter for US governments since the 1920s. This has not been the case for very many of his successors.

What is security today?

Debate: If we want peace, we must prepare for peace, not war. In the preliminary party programs, no party in the Storting is in favor of disarmament.

The killing robots must be stopped before it's too late!

AUTONOME WEAPONS: We need a new agreement to halt the development of autonomous weapons systems before the defense sector makes those weapons a reality, writes former Peace Prize winner Mary Wareham.

To build something bigger than oneself

It was the network-based way of working we continued during the giant demonstrations against the Iraq war in 2003, say peace workers.

India: The Pragmatic Disarmament Partner

Several European countries worry about nuclear war between India and Pakistan. Is it realistic? 

What has the peace movement achieved?

New book looks at what the peace movement can learn from the experiences of past peace struggles.