Peace movement

American Peace: catalog of US aggressions since 1776

Americans in Europe: antiwar network

Anti-Kriegs Museum: German antiwar museum

Antiwar.Com -- Launched by libertarians, but contains useful information.

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists -- Spearheads opposition to nuclear arms testing.

Campus Antiwar Network -- Organizes protests against war in Iraq, including counter-recruitment.

Center for Defense Information -- Run by ex-military men who are critics of US foreign policy.

Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Minnesota

COMD website -- The Committee Opposed to Militarism and the Draft (COMD) is based in San Diego, California. It is a voice of dissent in a region that boasts of having the world's largest military complex.

Compass Roses: claiming the earth for peace and justice

Defense and the National Interest: ex-military dove thinktank

Eclipse: anti-war publication produced by students at U. of Sussex in England

Education for Peace in Iraq (EPIC)

Enola Gay: nuclear weapons history and current policy

Free New School University: students protesting Bob Kerrey's militaristic policies

Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space.

Zoltan Grossman: geography professor and peace activist

David Hackworth -- David Hackworth was a top military officer who turned against US policy during the Vietnam war.

Defense Tech: leftist analysis of the future of the military, law enforcement, and national security

Insane Reagan: California-based antiwar comedy and information

International Action Center -- Peace group headed by Ramsey Clark, former Attorney General in the Johnson administration.

IFCO -- Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO) /Pastors for Peace

Robert Jensen: U. of Texas has taken vocal antiwar stand in aftermath of 9/11.