Jonathan Schell’s The Unconquerable World points the way out of the devastation of the twentieth century toward another, more peaceful path. And his investigations into the great nonviolent events of modern times — from Gandhi’s independence movement in India to the explosion of civic activity that brought about the surprising collapse of the Soviet Union — suggest foundations of an entirely new kind on which to construct an enduring peace. As Schell makes clear, all-out war, with its risk of human extinction, must cease to play the role of final arbiter. “The Logic of Peace,” printed here, is the final chapter of Schell’s book.
"The Logic of Peace,"
New England Journal of Public Policy: Vol. 19
, Article 16.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol19/iss1/16