Marty Branagan (2003) argues that it is possible for the international community to end a dictatorship or totalitarian regime nonviolently, given the many but largely unrecognised historical successes of nonviolence. Such a solution would be more fundamental and long-term than a violent one. However, better research, funding, preparation, and international coordination of nonviolence are needed to make nonviolence more effective. Delivered at the “Teach-in for Peace”. University of New England.
International Nonviolent Direct Action: the middle path between war and appeasement
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