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From Where We Stand: War, Women's Activism and Feminist Analysis (Anglais) Broché – 12 février 2007

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'Cynthia Cockburn is one of the most valuable and innovative thinkers/activists/writers helping us all to make sense of women's myriad forms of resistance to war and militarism. She shows how it is they who are crafting fresh thinking about how nationalism, masculinity, imperialism, racism, classicism and misogyny each and together fuel militarism and its deadly outcomes. This is a book to open our eyes and move us to action. Cynthia Enloe Cynthia Cockburn is one of the best gender researchers in the world. In this very important book she opens global perspectives on women's politics and the struggle for peace, linking activist experience with up-to-date gender analysis.' --Raewyn Connell, University of Sydney

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Why do so many women organize against militarism and war? And why do they often choose to do so in women-only groups? This original study, the product of 80,000 miles of travel by the author over a two-year period, examines women's activism against wars as far apart as Sierra Leone, Colombia and India. It shows women on different sides of conflicts in the former Yugoslavia and Israel refusing enmity and co-operating for peace. It describes international networks of women opposing US and Western European militarism and the so-called 'war on terror'. Women are often motivated by adverse experiences in male-led anti-war movements, preferring to choose different methods of protest and remain in control of their own actions. But like the mainstream movements, women's groups differ - some are pacifist, others put justice before non-violence; some condemn nationalism as a cause of war, others see it as a legitimate source of identity. The very existence of feminist anti-militarism proposes a radical shift in our understanding of war, linking the violence of patriarchal power to that of class oppression and ethnic 'othering'.

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