Entrevistas com Gene Sharp
Iranianos podem realizar uma revolução nos moldes da egípcia
Folha de São Paulo, por Gabriela Manzini, 21.02.2011
Pesquisador que influencia movimentos não violentos de democracia em todo o mundo pede ao Egito vigilância para prevenir uma nova ditadura.
The science of people power: an interview with Gene Sharp
The Immanent Frame (SSRC), por Nathan Schneider, 17.02.2011
Gene Sharp is the foremost strategist of nonviolent social change alive today. Books like “The Politics of Nonviolent Action” and “Waging Nonviolent Struggle,” together with numerous pamphlets and other writings, have inspired and guided popular movements around the world for decades. They have been credited, most recently, as a major influence on the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt.
Gene Sharp, the Egyptian Revolt’s Prophet of Nonviolence
The Daily Beast, 14.02.2011
The young lions of Tahrir Square found inspiration in the writings of an 83-year-old American. Samuel P. Jacobs talks to Gene Sharp about why his calls for nonviolent revolt are catching fire.
The NI Interview: Gene Sharp
New Internationalist, 05.11.1997
Noreen Shanahan talks with a theorist of non-violence and finds his pacifism far from passive..