Maciej Bartkowski is an adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, where he teaches strategic nonviolent resistance. He is editor of Recovering Nonviolent History: Civil Resistance in Liberation Struggles and the author of White Paper on Nonviolent Defense to Counter Russian Hybrid Warfare. Dr. Bartkowski can be followed on Twitter @macbartkow and on maciejbartkowski.com.
Published in: HomeNonviolent strategies to defeat totalitarians such as ISIS
Military might has little success against violent terror organizations. If nonviolent strategies seem impractical,...
Countering hybrid war: civil resistance as a national defence strategy
The western response to Russian hybrid war in Crimea and eastern Ukraine has been predicated on a show of military...
Russians resisting war and repression
There are segments of the Russian population that, even in a politically inclement environment, bravely voice their...
In commemoration of Howard Clark’s work with the ICNC
Maciej Bartkowski, senior director of the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, remembers Howard Clark as an...
The Ukrainian soccer ultras: allies of the resistance
“Three years ago diverse groups of Ukrainian ultras did not have good relations, to put it mildly. Now we have...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?From China to Poland, lessons from June 4, 1989
What can we learn from comparing the 1989 revolutions in Poland and in China?