"Director of Nonviolence International, Beer recently provided strategic nonviolence seminars to Kosovars in Pristina. Beer said: "Clinton and NATO have not 'done everything we possibly could to solve this problem peacefully,' as the president claims. Instead, Clinton's strategy has marginalized the role of the Russians, the UN, the OSCE, non-governmental organizations and the Serbian opposition."" 
Beer first interned with Peace Brigades International (PBI) "in 1986 and has been involved with PBI ever since. Michael is a founding member of the Nepal Project. Today Michael serves on many other PBI committees, many of which he co-founded. He served on the International Council from 2001-2004."