2005 Vol. 71 No. 7-8 July/August

Changing Course: Reframing the Nuclear World

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  • Remembering Srebrenica
    by Patrick McCarthy and Doug Hostetter
  • The Moral Crusade for Abolition: A message to all who want nuclear weapons eliminated
    by Peter Cohen
  • Jizos for Peace: What to do about an old war
    by Jan Chozen Bays
  • Stanislav Petrov — World Hero
    by Glen Pedersen
  • Another Look at the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
    by Eon Joung Lee
  • The Disarmament Conference
    by Hajb the Mad Poet
  • You Must Do This Now, Before It Is Too Late
    Statement of the Youth Delegation to the Seventh Review Conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
  • WE BEG TO DIFFER: Alternative Voices Speak Out on U.S. Foreign Policy
    A Fellowship Forum, convened by Murray Polner. Contributors: David McReynolds, Michael True, Arthur Waskow, Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Matthew Rothschild, James Munves, Toll Oppenheim, Murray Polner, Scott Kennedy, Mas'ood Cajee, Victor Hillel Reinstein, Milton Viorst, Mary Evelyn Jegen, Charles Chatfield, and Karen Kwiatkowski
  • Four Vignettes on the Road of the Broken Rifle: Reflections on War and Resistance
    by Ibrahim Ramey


  • August 6th
    by Dan Kwong
  • The World Peace Prayer
    Artwork by Jody Richards


  • Editorial: Judgment Call
    by Rabia Terri Harris
  • Book Reviews: Mahatma Gandhi, Nonviolent Liberator; Peacemaking and the Powers
  • Lit Notes: 100 Suns; History Shows: Winning with Nonviolent Action; Peace Begins Here; What Brings Security? The Lutheran Peace Fellowship's Budget Priorities Game
    by Virginia Wilber
  • The Decade Challenge: For Your Own Safety
    by Jeremy Lucas
  • Nonviolence in the Arena
    by Maria Cristina Caballero
  • News:
    edited by Rabia Terri Harris
    • The Other Nuclear Weapon
    • Taking "Just War Theory" Seriously: British Antiwar Groups Charge U.K. Before I.C.C.
  • News of the Fellowship:
    • "I Will Not Kill" Supports the Next Generation of C.O.'s
      by Virginia Wilber
    • Politicians Seek Okay for Military in Japan's Constitution: Hibakusha and Japan FOR Seek Solidarity in Resistance
      by Staff
    • Groundbreaking Join Statement Launches Muslim-Christian Nuclear Abolition Initiative
      by Staff
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Obituaries: Rosemary Cooperrider
    edited by Staff

On the front cover: Photo montage designed by Melinda Moore.