Robert Koehler

Robert Koehler is a Chicago award-winning journalist and editor.

Empathy for the Worst of Us

Militarism vs. Our Shared Humanity

Let’s Stop Dehumanizing the Future

Igniting a Peace Fire, Even as War Rages

Peace Means Embracing What We Fear

Hell Is Not Predestined

Hardening Ourselves into Weapons

The Truth May Hurt, But We Still Have to Face It

Floating for Peace on the Golden Rule

Depleted Uranium Won’t Bring Peace to Ukraine

The Nuclear Apple

Water Is Life — For the Privileged

National Policy Wrapped in Razor Wire, Robert Frost

Facing Climate Change As One World

Listening to Oppenheimer, Seven Decades Later

It’s Time to Stop the ‘Insect Apocalypse’

‘The Enemy Is Not a Human Being’

Disconnecting War from Its Consequences

Creating a Cooperative World?

Stepping Over the Border, Onto Planet Earth

Lost Souls with Nukes

Killing Our Way to the Truth

Love Thy Neighbor: A National Conversation

Revisiting the Counterculture

Blowing Out the Candles in Iraq

Staying Woke: Revering Life

AI Robots Invade the Classroom — So What?

A Looming Book of Soul Fragments

Stirring Humor into ‘Old Age’

Making Our Schools Safe for Propaganda

Uh Oh, Here Comes the Occupying Army

Disarming, and Empowering, Lost Souls

Are We on the Verge of Civil War II?

How Safe Can We Really Be?

Before the Bombs Come the Platitudes

Praying We Learn from Each Other

Beyond Razor Wire: A Connected Planet

Dancing on the Edge of Hell

Ubuntu or Collective Suicide

Shatter Alley

Looking for Victory Beyond the Election

Loving Nature or Profiting From It: Take Your Pick

Fifteen Seconds Till Armageddon

Death by Nationalism?

Transcending the Morality Police

Nukes, War and Moral Sanity

The military to American youth: You belong to me

Nikes on a Wire

Bob’s Rhubarb Lounge

Staring Into the Eyes of the Wolf