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About Andrew Greig

Andrew Greig is the Coordinator of the Nonlethal Security for Peace Campaign and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Sydney Department of Peace and Conflict Studies. He is the author of ‘Taming War – Culture and Technology for Peace’ (Peace Power Press, Sydney 2007). He recently completed the Shetland to Scilly – New Technologies for Peace journey, to promote the concept of nonlethal security. To highlight the parallel with the need for new technologies for generating energy, he covered the route by bicycle, using no fossil fuel.

Articles by Andrew Greig

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

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Nonlethal security – supporting peace by reducing the damage of war

Military technologies are becoming increasingly lethal and unpredictable year by year and month by month. There’s more than one alternative.

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