Win Without War

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Win Without War is a coalition of roughly 40 organizations that promotes a progressive, demilitarized U.S. foreign policy.

Based in Washington, DC, Win Without War was founded in 2002 by former U.S. Representative Tom Andrews (D-ME) to campaign against the use of military force in Iraq.[1]

Win Without War is a program of the Center for International Policy.

Coalition Members[edit]

Members of the coalition include:[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Win Without War Website, About
  2. ^ Win Without War Website, About

External links[edit]