The War on War
Three years ago, US lead forces invaded Iraq. Also, a coalition of groups that sensed the chill of a new "Cold War" since a few days after the 9-11 attacks rose in international protest.
At least in America, it could be said the the anti-war movment has been as successful as the war itself. The war in Iraq has left that country on the verge of a Civil War, and the country will likely be in a constant state of strife. The Generals there are unfamilar with the "80/20" rule; an old programmers axiom that says that %80 of the problems occur in %20 of the code. Over 2000 American soldiers and countless Iraqi civilians have lost their lives, and that figure likely does not count those Iraqis that have died at the hands of, or as a result of, the insurgency. The US has lost prestige in the world and instead of reducing global terror, this war has likely fueled it.
On the other hand, the anti-war/anti-imperialist movement has managed to expose the lies and fear that Bush and his allies used to scare the country into war. They have managed to bring the attacks on civil liberties to light. And they have won the "hearts and minds" of the public, support for this war and Bush is declining daily.
What this new movement has not been able to do, yet, is win votes. The fact that anti-war candidates in many cases are either forced out of races or forced to run "insurgent campaigns" is evidence of this. We still lack a truly wide-reaching antidote to the "War Media".
But progress is made each day, and maybe soon that "critical mass" will be reached. The point where enough people say--"Enough".