Democratic regimes that experience nonviolent resistance during the government transition phase survive longer than regimes without nonviolent resistance.
Reporting of disproportionate civilian casualties during the 2014 Gaza conflict lowered U.S. public opinion of Israel.
The U.S. military is more likely to engage in a campaign for human rights than for security reasons, such as threats to democracy or terrorist activity.
When groups are included in political participation they are more likely to choose nonviolence over violence when voicing their grievances.
Nonviolent protests are six times more effective at bringing about a coup than violent protests, and more likely to bring about democratization.
2016 saw the emergence of a powerful movement against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) through land vital
A greater number of resistance movements are choosing to adopt nonviolent forms of struggle as the effectiveness of nonviolent resistance
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Contrary to widespread stereotypes regarding the nature of Palestinian resistance, there has long been a tradition of unarmed civil resistance