Winslow Myers

Winslow Myers is author of “Living Beyond War: A Citizen’s Guide.” He serves on the Advisory Board of the War Preventive Initiative.

A Second Civil War?

The Ever-Changing Shape of Love

“Where’s my Roy Cohn?”

Turning Point: The new documentary “Coup 53”

A Presidential Speech the World Needs to Hear


We Need to Talk

Rotary International as a Model for Statecraft

The Mind Reels

President Trump’s Useful Idiocy

Real Security

Duck and Cover

The Madness of Deterrence

Common Sense and North Korea

Sixth Grade Recess

Credibility Equals Annihilation

There Is Still Time, Brother

“A Decent Respect for the Opinions of Mankind”

Evil and the Paris Accords

Our Nuclear Folly

Remembering Who We Are

Whiteness and the “Other”

The Light of the World


Asking the Right Questions

What’s Best for Children?

Beyond Drift

America’s Cognitive Dissonance

Up Against the Wall

Many Fingers on the Button

The Inevitability of Nuclear War?

Ground Zero Is Everywhere

Looking for America

How Does It End?

Ta-Nehisi Coates’s ‘Between the World and Me’

An Alien Addresses the U.N. on Nuclear Deterrence

Beyond Deterrence, Compassion

Our Christmas Schizophrenia

Race, Class, and Violence

Vengeance is Obsolete

The Madness of Endless War

Justifying the Kill

Gaza in the Light of the Stars

Beyond the Abyss

Global Climate Change and Nuclear Abolition

Looking Back on Easter 2014

The Overwhelmed Peace Movement

Half a Century Beyond the Cuban Missile Crisis

Best Practices

Fighting for the Freedom to Dissent