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Books & Journals

Ending Wars, Consolidating Peace: Economic Perspectives, by Mats Berdal & Achim Wennmann
One of a series of books on conflict resolution and the economic factors involved in building sustainable peace.
The Peacekeeping Economy: Using Economic Relationships to Build a More Peaceful, Prosperous, and Sec, by Lloyd J. Dumas
Ways of replacing warmongering with fair and just and nonexploitative economic relationships, and environmental health.
Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability, and Peace, by Vandana Shiva
World renowned environmental activist and physicist illuminates Earth Democracy, which "connects the particular to the universal, the diverse to the common, and the local to the global. Earth Democracy is the awareness of these connections and of the rights and responsibilities that flow from them."
Peace is Every Step, by Thich Nhat Hanh
The beloved Vietnamese Buddhist teacher takes us on the path of finding deep and lasting peace.
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, How We got To Be So Hated, by Gore Vidal
Vidal challenges our assumptions about terrorism and policy that does little to engender peace among peoples and nations.
Covers a broad spectrum of under-reported political and environmental issues.
A Critique of Politics, Culture & Society. The wordy, but very perceptive and thoughtful journal is based on the mission of "tikkun: to mend, repair, and transform the world."
You will see links and references to Yes! Magazine in quite a few sections of our web site, because we follow many of the same areas of concern and activism. We feel it is definitely worthwhile subscribing.