2021 Nobel Peace Prize: Champions for peace

Wendy Stocker Analysis and Commentary, Ploughshares Monitor

Last October, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced that journalists Maria Ressa of the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov of Russia had won the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize “for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy and lasting peace.” To both, Project Ploughshares extends sincere and hearty congratulations!

Nobel Lecture: Forging a durable peace in the Horn of Africa

Ploughshares Ploughshares Monitor

We have an old saying: “yoo ollaan nagayaan bule, nagaan bulanni.” It is a saying shared in many African languages, which means, “For you to have a peaceful night, your neighbor shall have a peaceful night as well.” The essence of this proverb guides the strengthening of relations in the region. We now strive to live with our neighbors in peace and harmony.

Nobel Peace Lectures 2018

Ploughshares News, Ploughshares Monitor

Combating War Crimes Published in The Ploughshares Monitor Volume 40 Issue 1 Spring 2019 “Both laureates have made a crucial contribution to focusing attention on, and combating, war crimes. Denis Mukwege is …

Nuclear disarmament: The best of times and the worst of times

Cesar Jaramillo Featured, Nuclear Weapons

As 2017 draws to a close, two ostensibly contradictory yet coexisting realities define the global nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation regime. Each brims with intensity, the likes of which have not …