The United States military doctrine, as proclaimed by the Department of Defense, is to attain “full-spectrum dominance...in the air, land, maritime and space domains, and information environment...without effective opposition or prohibitive interference.”
This is an agenda for global conquest—for an ever-expanding US empire. As America prepares for conflict with Russia and China, wars continue in the Middle East and North Africa, tens of millions are exiled from their homes while many others face famine. But there is not only hope for change in the air, but also active resistance. People all over the world are challenging the status quo by engaging in nonviolent action.
Voices for Peace features some of the world’s leading thinkers, journalists, and activists, offering insight, inspiration, and solutions to the world’s most critical problems—nuclear war, environmental destruction, and displaced refugees.
In the wealth of material presented here, Kathy Kelly discusses the Afghan Peace Volunteers and Standing Rock protesters in the U.S., calling for global unity.
Bruce K. Gagnon’s piece on space weapons discusses South Korean activist opposition to American weapons in their country.
Brian Terrell challenges the legality of drone warfare and outlines the grassroots links being forged between U.S. and Russian citizens.
Noam Chomsky discusses U.S. policies toward Russia and Syria, as well as toward South America, trade, ISIS, and Ukraine.
John Pilger talks about the Trump–Obama naval buildup around China, and exposes Britain’s “deep state” connections to the Manchester terror attack.
Former U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney analyzes the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the deep state in recent U.S. history.
Ilan Pappé offers an exclusive analysis of Israel’s actions to ethnically cleanse Israel of Palestinians.
Finally, Robin Ramsay exposes the unconditional support given to the U.S. by successive U.K. governments.
Seeking to inform and educate, this penetrating anthology is edited and introduced by author T. J. Coles, who gives a broader framework and context to the individual articles.