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An Open Letter to UN Secretary-General António Guterres

by Win Without War

Human Rights Watch, June 2018 | Letter

As organizations working to protect children in situations of war, we sincerely welcome your decision in 2017 to include the Saudi Arabia-led Coalition along with other violators in the annexes of your Annual Report of the Secretary-General on Children and Armed (“Annual Report”) based on credible UN-verified evidence of violations against children in armed conflict... Read More »

Diplomacy With North Korea Is Not Dead

by Win Without War

Common Dreams, May 2018 | Press Release

“It’s disappointing that Donald Trump has canceled the upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. It’s also not entirely surprising, given the Trump administration’s incompetence, mixed signals about its intentions, and complete lack of preparation."... Read More »

Grassroots Groups Respond to Trump’s Decision to Decertify the Iran Nuclear Deal

by Win Without War

Common Dreams, October 2017 |

Joint statement by Beyond the Bomb, CREDO, Friends Committee on National Legislation, Indivisible, J Street, MoveOn.org Civic Action, NIAC Action, Peace Action, VoteVets, Win Without War, and Women’s Action for New Directions on Donald Trump’s decision to decertify the Iran nuclear agreement... Read More »

Statement from CREDO, MoveOn, and Win Without War on Donald Trump’s Latest Comments about North Korea

by Win Without War

Common Dreams, September 2017 |

WASHINGTON - Donald Trump’s first speech to the United Nations General Assembly today – and in particular, his remarks about North Korea – was nothing short of a complete failure of American leadership... Read More »

Donald Trump Hates America

by Win Without War

winwithoutwar.org, January 2017 |

Donald Trump is about to sign an Executive Order slamming shut America’s doors to those most in need and ending America’s commitment to religious freedom. These new orders — banning Muslims and halting all refugee resettlement — take the first step in the Trump Administration’s agenda to criminalize faith, nationality, and people of color. This agenda flies in the face of the American values that have defined us for more than two centuries... Read More »

A nuclear risk we don’t have to take

by Win Without War

Win Without War, September 2016 | Report, Letter

Please take a moment to ask your Representative in Congress to sign Barbara Lee’s letter asking President Obama to adopt a no-first-use policy... Read More »

Win Without War coalition statement on the Senate Saudi arms deal vote

by Win Without War

Win Without War, September 2016 | Report

The United States is at its best when it is a global leader in defending human rights, and that commitment must include holding its allies accountable for their actions as well... Read More »

2016 Guide to President Candidates and National Security

by Win Without War

May 2016 |

2016 Presidential Candidates on National Security... Read More »

Alternatives to Endless War: A Sustainable, Effective Response to ISIS

by Win Without War

April 2016 | Press Release

There is no military solution to the ISIS crisis. The U.S. has spent over $8.8 billion conducting 10,000 military strikes in Syria and Iraq over the past 20 months, but the threat from ISIS in the region remains formidable. Instead of pursuing the illusion of military solutions, the U.S. and its allies should prioritize political solutions. Below are examples of the many alternatives available... Read More »

Africa Forum on Security Sector Reform

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December 2014 | Speech

The Africa Forum on Security Sector Reform (SSR) was held on 24-26 November 2014 at AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It brought together AU, regional organization and senior government officials, representatives of partner governments and leading experts in the field to discuss the opportunities and challenges of security sector reform as a component of stabilisation and peace-building in Africa... Read More »

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