The Power of Nonviolent Action in Conflict Zones

While the world is no less conflict-ridden than it has been in the past, recent decades have witnessed a remarkable shift in many areas regarding how conflict has been waged. In many places where either armed struggle or acquiescence to violence and injustice were once seen as the only alternatives, strategic nonviolent action has proven to be remarkably effective, even in cases of struggles against repressive dictatorships, minority rule, and foreign occupation, and even in the midst of war zones.

Zunes on Khashoggi, Trump, Saudi Arabia, and more

Bill Resnick talks to Stephen Zunes, Professor of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of San Francisco, about the torture/murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the Trump administration and the new Saudi Crown Prince, and about what might be done (and is happening) across the planet to save the Middle East and ourselves.