The Gaza and Ukraine Wars: Recent Developments, Geopolitical Implications, and Paths to Greater Peace & Justice with Phyllis Bennis and Anatol Lieven 

Gaza war

In what has been described as one of the most informative webinars ever, Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies and Anatol Lieven of the Quincy Institute brought us up to date on the Gaza and Ukraine wars’ background and developments and about ways toward greater peace and justice.  Recorded October 24, 2023

Joseph Gerson on Gaza & Ukraine Wars, Asian Common Security

Possibilities for Peace

New Hampshire Peace Action Webinar, Oct. 23, 2023 Although the Ukraine war seems to be deadlocked, the world situation is unusually fluid, uncertain, and dangerous. Biden’s National Security Strategy stated that “the post-Cold War era is definitively over and a competition is underway between the major powers to shape what comes next.” Fiona Hill, former … Read more

Contexts & Implications of the Gaza War – Phyllis Bennis, Chas Freeman, & Joseph Gerson

Contexts & Implications of the Gaza War – Phyllis Bennis, Chas Freeman, & Joseph Gerson

On October 10, within days of the Hamas massacre, the Arabic Hour invited Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies and former U.S. Ambassador Charles Freeman, now of the Watson Institute at Brown University, to discuss the consequences and implications of the Gaza war. Packed with cutting-edge analysis and information about new developments, it … Read more

September 12 Webinar Report Back from South Korea and Japan

Seoul Report Back

In late July, Joseph Gerson participated in a Peace MOMO common security conference, 70th anniversary of the Korean Armistice events, and visited communities which have been devastated by U.S. military bases. He and Margaret Engel of Peace Action New York State participated in the annual World Conference against A- & H- Bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. … Read more

Ending Climate and Nuclear Crises for the Next Generation

Ending Climate Nuclear Crisis Webinar

For Coalition for Peace Action, July 16 This webinar with Timmon Wallis, Okezue Bell, and Joseph Gerson addresses the twin existential threats of the climate emergency and Nuclear weapons. It provides an overview of the increasing threats of the climate emergency, a critique of international climate conferences, an encouraging overview of constructive climate sustainability initiatives, and common … Read more

Transnational dialogue on decommissioning of nuclear power plants: New England (USA) & Northwest Russia

Nuclear Plant Decommissioning

On May 19, with partners in the northeast United States and northwestern Russia, CPDCS hosted an online conference about the ongoing dangers of decommissioning nuclear power plants. Among the lessons of the session are the  ways local and regional communities are being placed in danger, the importance of ending the incestuous relationship between the nuclear … Read more

What Should U.S. Policy Toward Taiwan Be?

Webinar | What Should U.S. Policy Towards Taiwan Be?

Webinar with Mike Mochizuki and Zhiqun Zhu – March 29, 2023 Challenging Washington’s group think toward China and Taiwan, these exceptional scholar not only laid out the forces leading toward a conflict over Taiwan, but a range of policy options that the U.S. can and should be adopting to reduce tensions, defend Taiwan’s democratic system, … Read more

Webinar on Myths, Realities & Implications of China’s Nuclear Weapons. Hans Kristensen, Zhao Tong, Michael Klare

China Nuclear Buildup

Dealing with potentially existential developments, the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy and CPDCS held a webinar with authoritative security analysts Hans Kristensen, Zhao Tong, and Michael Klare about myths, realities, and implications of Beijing’s nuclear weapons build up. It was packed with information and analysis, and Zhao Tong’s observations about the cultural and political … Read more