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Demilitarizing The Mountains Of Montenegro

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A small band of pastoral herders in the high mountains of Montenegro seem to have temporarily defeated plans by NATO and their own country's military to construct a military base and execute extensive military drills on their land. However, more work needs to be done, which is highlighted in the article. It is a story of excessive military overreach and the value of activist organization and non-violence.
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Brad Wolf is a retired lawyer, teacher, and community college dean. He has an MFA in Creative Writing and is active with World Beyond War, Peace Action, The Beatitudes Center for Nonviolence, and The Catholic Worker. He lives in Lancaster, (more...)

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