The Archbishop of Canterbury invited Sharp to meet bishops from around the world. The room was packed — thanks to a crowd of Occupy activists — and he received a standing ovation. After a lifetime of lonely academic toil, Sharp is suddenly finding that people all over the world are ready to hear his theory of power — and how to seize it. But is the acclaim overblown? The Occupy movement has largely fizzled out and the Arab spring has not been quite the success that people hoped it would be.
Is he worried that his reputation will fall again? The point is that bringing down one regime does not produce political nirvana. You still have tough times ahead. I have always been very clear about that. After Tunisia and Egypt, people can no longer deny that non-violent regime change is possible. In person, Sharp is frail. We meet on a cold winter morning at a hotel in Westminster. We inspect a military memorial overlooked by one of the windows.
He walks slowly, using a stick, and speaks quietly; talking to him, I find it necessary to lean forward to catch what he is saying. His desk is piled deep with papers and the rest of the office is cluttered, too. The lack of space is a problem. I miss them all the time. We have maybe 20 or 30 boxes like that. It is a modest arrangement that gives the lie to the charge, repeated not infrequently by regimes in Venezuela, Iran and elsewhere, that the AEI is a well-funded front for the CIA. The institute took its name from Einstein because, as a year-old conscientious objector at the time of the Korean war, Sharp opposed the draft using civil disobedience tactics, and Einstein supported him.
Sharp was living in New York and writing a book about the Mahatma when he learned that Einstein, too, admired Gandhi. In , Sharp was sentenced to two years in prison for draft-dodging. His parents, a pastor and a schoolteacher, were understandably upset. Much later, after his mother died, Sharp learned that her first great love had been killed in the First World War in France — so she had been a little more understanding about his opposition to military service than his father.
The motive, one should note, was not sentimental. He was no fool. He has quotations about power and the need to struggle that, if you read them out of context, could have come from Mao Tse-tung. He was a tough cookie. So he moved to London. Sharp reported on demonstrations and Ministry of Defence press conferences. He soon secured an opportunity to study at Oxford for a DPhil. His supervisor at All Souls College, John Plamenatz, was a philo sopher and a wartime member of the Yugoslav government-in-exile. Plamenatz advised Sharp not to focus exclusively on theory but to consider anecdotal evidence from actual dictatorships and revolutions.
So, living in a shared house on All Saints Road in Oxford, Sharp started to accumulate examples from what turned out to be a vast history of the pragmatic use of non-violent struggle. With hindsight, this may not seem such a remarkable idea, but the eventual effect of his researches was hugely significant. For Sharp, a principled belief in non-violence was necessary for the techniques to work. Yet his research showed that non-violent struggles were overwhelmingly waged by people who did not have ethical or religious objections to violence.
He first became aware of this while sitting in a library and examining newspaper accounts of the use of non-violent protest in India. It became clear that the resisters were acting non-violently without that belief. I stopped taking notes. Should I write that down or skip that part? I wrote it down. In time, I realised this was not a grave problem but an immense opportunity.
It will not be necessary to convert masses of humanity to believe in principled non-violence before abandoning violence in conflicts. Often people who have tried to make change in the past have done so spontaneously, and intuitively. He made it his mission to show how effective non-violent political action has been, and how often — not only in the kinds of conflict that can lead to war but even in relatively small disputes. Over several years he compiled a list, which stalled at precisely methods of non-violent action.
It was also used in Kenya in by female protesters who included the wife of the prime minister. His limp body had to be carried in and out of court and a variety of prison cells. He was forcibly fed by tube. Eventually, after considerable newspaper publicity, he was allowed home without agreeing to anything. Many techniques require the participation of more than one person. Taken as a whole, the list of methods of non-violent action can be divided into three categories. The second is described by Sharp as non-cooperation — ceasing to have dealings with systems or people you dislike for instance, not buying items made by companies that exploit their workers, or refusing to fly in order to reduce CO2 emissions.
The third group comes under the heading of active interventions to disrupt the status quo, perhaps by building alternatives to what is available. Nor are they always negative, in the sense of involving withdrawal or hostility. When in a library in Milton Keynes was threatened with closure because of budget cuts, local people joined forces to withdraw every single book there, leaving the shelves bare: they opposed the planned closure by showing that they did use the library.
The tactic is so elegant that it appears obvious, even unremarkable, but when we view it in this light we can see the ineptness of others who, out of desperation in a similar situation, might have chosen different tactics — throwing paint over the local mayor, for instance, or embarking on a hunger strike. His work provides an impressively comprehensive account of nonviolent resistance to the Nazis, often overlooked by military historians.
To say this is not to pass judgement on people living long ago. It is to challenge ourselves, now. The challenge is not delivered in glittering prose. Schelling offered Sharp a job at Harvard, partly, he told me, in order that Sharp could shorten the manuscript. In fact, he made it longer. It was at Harvard that he began to distance himself from his origins on the left, perhaps to make the work more palatable to a mainstream audience, by working with people he might once have shunned.
He has never hidden the fact that his work at Harvard was partly funded by the US defence department. I have been arguing for years that governments — and other groups — should finance and conduct research into alternatives to violence. One of the students Sharp supervised after settling in Boston was Peter Ackerman, who went on to make a fortune on Wall Street. In , Ackerman invested generously in the new Albert Einstein Institution, with offices on Harvard Square and space for up to 12 people. But a decade ago the two men started to disagree.
He set up a new body, the International Centre on Non-violent Conflict, to produce and distribute documentaries, books and computer games that promote non-violent action. He still gives much of it away as free downloads. Am I devastated? He has nephews and nieces scattered widely across the US but sees them only rarely.
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And I talk to them on the telephone once in a while. Do I feel lonely? In , to avoid closing down altogether, he moved the AEI into his house. We left it on the street for people to take if they wanted it. I knew I would carry on, whatever happened, but it was depressing. Hired just two years previously, Jamila Raqib had fled Afghanistan with her family when she was five years old.
She had graduated in business management, but had her own concerns about the world. She saw an advertisement for the job at the AEI and applied. Raqib was warned that there was no job security, but recently completed ten years working with Sharp. For a decade or more we had quite a number of fellowships doing this work.
There is a lot in the files and there is nobody apart from Gene with that institutional memory. Now that Sharp has started to become well known, the AEI is inundated with inquiries from the media and from people seeking advice. They struggle to cope with it all. Despite adopting this stance, Sharp has been the frequent target of conspiracy theorists.
As Sharp sees it, the methods that he documents can be used by goodies and baddies in — terchangeably. In the bus boycott, when black people organised car-sharing in protest against segregation, their opponents refused to sell them gasoline and cancelled insurance policies on their cars. What he hopes for more than anything else is that people will learn to use non-violent struggle to replace military and violent conflict. Sharp has never said that every use of every method of non-violent action will bring success. How many wars have been lost, how many people have died in wars without getting the results for which they fought?
Mr Sharp tells us that in fact, he studied for a doctorate at Oxford from , and at Harvard he held research appointments in the Centre for International Affairs from to The piece has been updated accordingly. Since our founding in , the mission of the Albert Einstein Institution has been to provide the best resources possible on strategic nonviolent action to groups struggling for democratic freedoms. In , we witnessed a breakthrough in worldwide recognition of and demand for our work. People facing diverse challenges began to understand that the strategic use of nonviolent action can provide a powerful and effective means of struggle.
Since that breakthrough, an increasing number of individuals and groups with a variety of interests have sought our research and analyses to help them understand and effectively use nonviolent action to produce important changes in their societies. We are pleased to share a number of exciting activities and developments in this newsletter. These developments are further indications of the critical need for the continuation and expansion of our work. As the use of nonviolent action by groups increases globally, so do requests from journalists for interviews about our work and our ideas.
This information provides their readers and viewers with important insights on the many complex political developments unfolding worldwide. There have been a number of important articles about our Senior Scholar Gene Sharp and the work of the Albert Einstein Institution in the international media. This in turn helps to reduce the propensity for violence and powerlessness, and also to increase greater popular control of societies through the use of nonviolent means.
Individuals and groups around the world recognize the demonstrated usefulness of our work and seek our assistance in a variety of ways. Many individuals — from historians and academics to political and social activists, from students and refugees to political leaders — contact our office for in-depth phone conversations or to request in-person consultations. Topics included political and social change, economic inequality, the environment, child welfare, the role of social media and the Internet, and more. In early July, in response to allegations of fraud and irregularities in the Mexican Presidential elections, the Institution received hundreds of emails, phone calls, and letters, as well as an online petition from Mexican citizens who wanted information on how they could act to correct what they alleged was a falsified election.
An online pirated Spanish language version of How to Start a Revolution, the film about Gene Sharp and our work, received over half a million views within a few days. This was an amazing display of how ordinary citizens could mobilize in response to a problem and explore the ways in which they could address that problem through nonviolent means. The scale of this sudden demand for information about nonviolent struggle in the midst of a crisis was unprecedented, and signifies that groups around the world are increasingly aware that these tools exist, and are seeking these resources when they are needed.
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Marxisme et bouddhisme; IV. Fondements d'une psychanalyse rationnelle; VII. Lacalmette, Philippe "Tepito, barrio convivial," El Gallo Illustrado , , domingo 14 de septiembre de , pp. II, no. LavoroZero , giorale dal veneto, numero unico, Iuglio Crisi politica e repressione, 2. Il quadro istituzionale: la criminalizzazione delle lotte ; "Multinazionali e ristutturazione del comando" 4 lpp ; "Crisi e lavoro domestico" 2 lpp ; "Territorio veneto: nuova forma del ciclo produttivo" 2 lpp ; "Venezia: case da occupare! LavoroZero , giorale dal veneto comunista, numero unico, Dicembre Sacrifichi amolo!
LavoroZero , giorale communista dal veneto, numero 1, febbraio Cartoon 1 lpp ; "Una crisi a misura di dollaro e di contratti" 2 lpp ; "Mai piu' senza salario" 2 lpp ; "Crisi zanussi" 1 lpp ; "Dal precotto mi guardi deo che dal cotto mi guardo 10" 1 lpp ; "Marghera: appunti di lotta" 6 lpp ; "Disoccupazione: un nuovo modo di lavorare" 2 lpp ; "Ma la rivoluzione non si pianifica!!
LavoroZero , giorale comunista dal veneto, N. La minoranza rumorosa; 2. Produttivo come la morte; 3. Dove il capitale dispone Fa e disfa Divide e impera Gli epigoni di Taylor; La cooperazione sociale Lee, Grace C. Johnson [C. The original book. The Workers' Councils; II. End of a Philosophy; V.
Lefort, C. Leibowitz, Arnold H. Leo, Rita di Il modello di stalin: il rapporto tra politica e economia nel socialismo realizzato , Milano: Feltrinelli, Linebaugh, Peter "Suppose C. James had Met E. Thompson in Linebaugh, Peter "Hacia una historia social del excusado," El Gallo Illustrado , Domingo 9 de agosto de , pp. Edition: Cambridge University Press, Part 1: Pandaemonium and Finance Capital, 1. Gory' and the Thanatocracy, 3. The Picaresque Proletariat During the Robinocracy, 5. Socking, the Hogshead and Excise, 6.
Silk Makes the Difference, 9. The Delivery of Newgate, 6 June , Le mouvement de masse, 2. La faim, 3. La haine, 4. London Notes: autonomist magazine , pilot number, June London Notes is about. Lopezllera, Luis M. Originally copywrited 1. On Being Your Own Lawyer; 2. The Basic Labor Laws; 4. Maier, Charles S. II , 19 Abril , pp. III , 26 Abril , pp. Dies Irae Mai ; V.
Ne Varietur La dissolution. I, No. Materiali per una nuova sinistra, Il sessantotto: La stagione dei movimenti , Edizioni Associate, Roma, McKnight, John L. Lucio Castellano, "Lavoro e produzione," 18pp "Il lavoro dentro la teoria del valore," pp. Il limite politico della soppressione marxiana della critica della conoscenza," pp.
La crisi dell feticismo," pp. Midnight Notes 9, May Molina, Humberto; J. Moulier, Yann with Pierre Ewenczyk "Petrodollars et immigration," paper presented at Conference on Il Sistema Mediterraneo: processi economici e tranformazioni territoriali, Milano, Novembre Moulier, Yann "Les Portugais," in J. Garson et G.
XIX, No. Moulier Boutang, Yann "L'immigration e la constitution de la classe ouvriere en France, ," typescript original version , this revised version Moulier-Boutang, Yann; J. Garson et R. Du transnational au politique-mode? Lemmers et A. Moulier Boutang, Yann "Tombez les murs, tous les murs! Negri, Antonio "Simplex sigillium veri. Conception de l'Etat dans la tradition revissioniste. Position du probleme: approaches Marxiennes. Developpement de l'analyse structurelle de l'etat: les mechanismes d'organisation.
Une parenthese: escarmouche, allusion et autocritique de la theorie bourgeoise. Reformulation du probleme: etat, lutte de classe et transition communiste. Potere Operaio dal Convegno di Roma allo scioglimento ; 2. Il Periodo di formazione dell'autonomia operaia. Emergere e crisi della autonomia operaia ; 4.
Schede varie: Su presunti terroristi con i quali avrei avuto contatti, Sui rapporti con o fra i coimputati, Sui rapporti internazionali; 5. Sull'uso dei miei libri da parte dell'accusa; 6. Originally written 15 Janvier 9pp. Part 1: 1. Paris , 26 Nov. The end of the Century, 3. From the mass worker to the socialized worker - and beyond, 4. From the factory to the ecological machine, 5. The world economy of the socialized worker, 6. Expropriation in mature capitalism, 7.