United for Peace of Pierce County
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
A 30-year-old coalition of 275 faith-based institutional investors managing an estimated $100 billion, seeking to merge social values with investment decisions.
International law aspects of the Iraq war and occupation
An archive of materials examining in depth more than a dozen areas related to legal issues surrounding the 2003 U.S.-U.K. invasion on Iraq and the subsequent occupation.
Iraq Body Count
Civilian deaths in Iraq reported by recognized sources.
Iraq Coalition Casualty Count
Tables, lists, and analysis of information about troop casualties in Iraq.
A site by Pierce County resident Deon Gates, "soulfully yours."
Iraq war coalition fatalities: time-elapsed map
An elegant time-lapsed map (10 days per second) of where and when coalition fatalities occured in Iraq.
Jackson School Calendar
A calendar of events at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington-Seattle.
Leading to War
A web site supporting the film of the same name chronicling the path to war in Iraq.
A celebrity teaches about peak oil, global warming, and the need for fundamental change; also, a short film inspired by
The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight
Life after the Oil Crash
A devastatingly informative site on what to expect and how to prepare.
An exploration of the psychodynamics of the mindgames that sustain the U.S. national security state, by Seattle's Christopher Pringer.
Award-winning cartoonist creates animated cartoons.
Marking the second year of US occupation of Iraq
Johnny Cash's "Hurt" is background music to hundreds of photos taken in March-April 2005. (Buzzflash)
Media Access Project
A non-profit law firm working in the courts, the FCC, and in active outreach to promote the First Amendment.
Media Island International
A resource and networking center in Olympia, WA, for projects working locally and internationally for social justice, economic democracy, ecological sustainability, and peace.
The money behind the media.
Military Legal Resources
Selections from extensive collections of primary source materials and publications in the field of military law.
New America Foundation
Centrist think tank claiming to foster innovative solutions to political problems; founded in 1999 and directed since 2007 by Steve Coll, author of Ghost Wars and former executive editor of the Washington Post.
National Security Archive
Since 1985, an archive at GWU of declassified US documents obtained through the FOIA.
Independent hard news web site devoted to current events reporting and investigative reporting.
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