Robert Koehler

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

Is There Life Beyond Plastic?

Ending the Civil War

War, Peace and the Democrats

Learning from the Hibakushas

Election Theft and the Reluctant Democracy

Rethinking Public Safety: Trust vs. Force

Racism and the National Soul

Can we Achieve Nuclear Adulthood?

War, Irony and the New Normal

Developing a Vaccine Against War

The Virus is Our Teacher

Creative Empathy in a Pandemic

War, Profit and the Coronavirus

The Meaning of Super Tuesday

The Wall: Separating Democracy From Voters

Maneuvering Hell for Our Advantage

FBI, King and the Tremors of History

Nuclear Hubris

Will We Always be This Way?

Letting our Values out of Their Cage

Militarism: The Delusion Lives

Envisioning a United World

The Intelligence of Tomorrow

Celebrating Peace: A Work in Progress

A Tight Grip on Our Nuclear Toys

The Collusion of Church and State

The Rights of Nature

Impeaching the Symptom, Not the Disease

Climate Change and Consciousness Shift

‘I’m Afraid You Have Humans’

Altruists of the World Unite!

Defying the Nuclear Sword

We Are All Indigenous

Participatory Evolution

Dead Canaries

The Inner Nixon

The Strongest People on the Planet

Fighting Climate Change Means Ending War

Trouble at the Border

American Concentration Camps

War Begets War . . . And Nothing Else

The Armed Bureaucracy

Politicizing a Woman’s Body

Shattering the Context of War

War’s Unanswered Questions

War on Venezuela?

Nonviolence or Nonexistence

War Crimes and National Security

Our Wounded Planet

Putting Our Better Angels to Work