In this episode we check in with a former US negotiator in Crimea, as well as a peace activist in Finland opposed to her country joining NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Marcy Winograd, coordinator of CODEPINK Congress, interviews John Quigley, an international law professor invited by the State Department in the 1990s to negotiate the future of Crimea. On the second half of the show, Marcy talks to Kati Juva, board member of Finland's chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility on both her opposition and resignation to Finland joining NATO, an organization Juva believes might be ripe for an insurgent antinuclear block of countries in support of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
  1. Episode 144: Ukraine, Negotiation, Not Escalation in the Nuclear Shadow
  2. Episode 143: A Youth Delegation to Cuba and Biden's Proposed Military Budget
  3. Episode 142: The urgency of the Julian Assange case and the crisis of press freedom
  4. Episode 141: No War, No Warming
  5. Episode 140: Challenging the US Narrative on Mexico & Stop the War in Ukraine Online Rally
  6. Episode 139: Ukraine: Prospects for Peace & Palestine: Attacks on Human Rights Activists.
  7. Episode 138: Ukraine & Yemen: Similarities & Differences
  8. Episode 137: U.S. Media Censorship of Voices for Peace
  9. Episode 136: US-Venezuela relations & elections in Colombia
  10. Episode 135: The Russia-Ukraine War & the Imperative of Organizing for Peace