Tag Archives: Iran

Dangerous Escalation

De-escalation is the key element of peacemaking and nonviolence. Escalation of tensions is the path to war. There have been tensions between the United States and Iran for many years. A significant move toward de-escalation was the approval of the … Continue reading

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Working for the Iran Deal 2015

Increasing tensions with Iran now remind me of the work we did in 2015 to help get the Iran Nuclear Deal approved. Tensions today are the direct result of the withdrawal of the United States from that deal. The work … Continue reading

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Working for the Iran Deal 2015

Increasing tensions with Iran now remind me of the work we did in 2015 to get the Iran Nuclear Deal approved. Tensions today are the direct result of the withdrawal of the United States from that deal. The work began … Continue reading

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Tools to Help You Ask to Stop the March to War with Iran

Yesterday I wrote about some history related to how the U.S. got involved with the Vietnam and Iraq Wars. About how flimsy the rationale to start those wars was, and the parallels today as we see the same pattern developing, … Continue reading

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Stop the March to War

We are clearly seeing yet another deliberate series of steps to provoke war. This time Iran seems to be the target. This video from the editors of History.com explains how President Lyndon Johnson used the alleged attack on U.S. Navy … Continue reading

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President Obama visits Hiroshima

I sent the following letter to the editors of The Indianapolis Star and the Indianapolis Recorder: I am glad President Obama visited Hiroshima, and used the occasion to call on us all to work harder for peace throughout the world. … Continue reading

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