Series: Monographs

Civil Resistance in the East European and Soviet Revolutions (Monograph Series Vol 4)

Civil Resistance in the East European and Soviet Revolutions (Monograph Series Vol 4)

Paperback: $5.00
Author:
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
Adam Roberts examines the dramatic role played by "people power" in the undermining of communist regimes in Eastern and Central Europe, the achievement of independence by the Baltic states, and the defeat of the August 1991 coup attempt in the Soviet Union. More info →
Buy from Amazon
The Role of Power in Nonviolent Struggle (Monograph Series Vol 3)

The Role of Power in Nonviolent Struggle (Monograph Series Vol 3)

Paperback: $5.00
Author:
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
"Nonviolent action . . . is capable of wielding great power even against ruthless rulers and military regimes," writes Sharp, "because it attacks the most vulnerable characteristic of all hierarchical institutions and governments: dependence on the governed." Abstracted from Sharp's classic three-volume work, The Politics of Nonviolent Action, this monograph summarizes the core concepts behind the technique of nonviolent struggle. More info →
Buy from Amazon
Civilian Based Defense in a New Era (Monograph Series Vol 2)

Civilian Based Defense in a New Era (Monograph Series Vol 2)

Paperback: $5.00
Author:
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
In the wake of the peaceful revolutions of Eastern Europe in 1989, Johan Holst outlines the key criteria and parameters of a future security order in Europe and explores the potential of nonviolent civilian-based defense as a complement to traditional military forms of defense. Mr. Holst, who died in 1994, was the foreign minister of Norway, and former director of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs in Oslo. More info →
Buy from Amazon
Insurrectionary Civic Strikes in Latin America: 1931-1961 (Monograph Series Vol 1)

Insurrectionary Civic Strikes in Latin America: 1931-1961 (Monograph Series Vol 1)

Paperback: $5.00
Author:
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
"From 1931 to 1961, eleven Latin American presidents left office in the wake of civic strikes," writes Parkman. "In addition, at least four...faced unsuccessful attempts to force them out by the same means." Dr. Parkman compares and contrasts these fifteen cases and includes a chronological summary of each case as well as extensive notes. More info →
Buy from Amazon
Nonviolent Struggle and the Revolution in East Germany (Monograph Series Vol 6)

Nonviolent Struggle and the Revolution in East Germany (Monograph Series Vol 6)

Paperback: $5.00
Author:
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
Roland Bleiker examines the role that "exit" and "voice" forms of protest played in the collapse of the communist regime in East Germany. He includes a chronology of the East German Revolution of 1989-90 and extensive notes. More info →
Buy from Amazon
Nonviolent Resistance in Lithuania: A Story of Peaceful Liberation (Monograph Series Vol 8)

Nonviolent Resistance in Lithuania: A Story of Peaceful Liberation (Monograph Series Vol 8)

Paperback: $5.00
Author:
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
Nonviolent Resistance in Lithuania details the use of nonviolent action in Lithuania against Soviet control from 1940 until its independence in 1991. It also details the potential adoption of a civilian-based defense component to Lithuania's national defense policy. This is the eighth booklet in the Albert Einstein Institution's monograph series. More info →
Buy from Amazon
Toward Research and Theory Building in the Study of Nonviolent Action (Monograph Series Vol 7)

Toward Research and Theory Building in the Study of Nonviolent Action (Monograph Series Vol 7)

Paperback: $5.00
Authors: ,
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
Ronald M. McCarthy and Christopher Kruegler offer their thoughts about developing theory and conducting research in the emerging field of nonviolent action. More info →
Buy from Amazon
Nonviolent Action in the Liberation of Latvia (Monograph Series Vol 5)

Nonviolent Action in the Liberation of Latvia (Monograph Series Vol 5)

Paperback: $5.00
Author:
Series: Monographs, Book 0
Tag: English
This monograph recounts how the people of Latvia used nonviolent action in 1987-1991 to end Soviet domination and regain independence. It includes 24 pages of official documents outlining Latvian plans for popular resistance against Soviet attack in 1991. More info →
Buy from Amazon