Tag Archive for nonviolence

Civilian Nonviolent Resistance to ISIS

  I recently provided an interview to the Centre for Applied Intelligence elaborating on my argument about how civilians can sometimes nonviolently nudge armed groups to commit less violence (CAI is a new think thank that applies behavioral theories to current events). One of the topics I…

Pope Francis Visit to Palestine

Pope Francis’ visit to the Holy Land raises one overwhelming question: ‘what is the nature of religious power in our world of the 21st century?’ ‘can it have transformative effects’?               Media pundits and most liberal voices from the…