'Revolutionary Nonviolence offers a broad and compelling overview of nonviolent campaigns for justice and social change. It goes beyond prevailing pacifist, pragmatic and often liberal approaches and includes important attempts to decolonize resistance and imagine alternative futures.'
Roland Bleiker, University of Queensland
'In this era of endless violence and interrelated political marginalization, economic inequality, social dislocation and ecological (including climate) breakdown, this book explains why revolutionary nonviolence is the most fruitful path for generating the grassroots, community-led structural change needed to transcend this complex and multi-faceted crisis. An insightful and compelling read.'
Robert J Burrowes, author of The Strategy of Nonviolent Defense: A Gandhian Approach
'A superb collection of essays that is much needed in the current era of political, economic and environmental crisis. The volume adeptly points to the potential of revolutionary nonviolence in transforming society while exposing myths upon which the glorification of violence are based.'
Kurt Schock, Rutgers University