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  • The War ActivistsApril 17, 2014, 3:57 pm

    Author: David Swanson Published in: Peace Voice and other publications War activists, like peace activists, push for an agenda. We don’t think of them as activists because they rotate in and out of government positions, receive huge amounts of funding, have access to big media, and get meetings with top officials just by asking — […]

  • Your Doctors Are WorriedApril 17, 2014, 3:54 pm

    Author: Lawrence S. Wittner Published in: PeaceVoice Your doctors are worried about your health-in fact, about your very survival. No, they’re not necessarily your own personal physicians, but, rather, medical doctors around the world, represented by groups like International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW). As you might recall, that organization, composed of […]

  • Japan and the World CommunityApril 17, 2014, 3:51 pm

    EDITORIAL, 14 April 2014 by Johan Galtung, 14 Apr 2014 – TRANSCEND Media Service From Osaka, Kyoto Wake up, Japan. No need to choose between the USA and China; be neutral, on friendly terms with both. Imagine a trilingual Japan with English and Chinese, what a wealth! Accept the invitation by East Asia and Northeast […]

  • Diplomacy, peacebuilding head off violence before mass atrocities ariseApril 9, 2014, 10:53 am

    By Dennis Sadowski Catholic News Service Apr-8-2014 Healing and reconciliation continue 20 years after Rwanda’s 100 days of genocide, making the central African nation a strong example for troubled states to emulate, international observers said. Hutus and Tutsis, the country’s primary social groups, now work alongside each other to rebuild a country that was often afflicted with […]

  • War and diplomacy failed: Let economics create a Palestinian stateApril 9, 2014, 10:51 am

    By David Rosenberg | Apr. 9, 2014 on Haaretz.com The people want it; the snag is powers invested in the status quo, from the settlers to companies to the Palestinians themselves. In the Israeli-Palestinian complex, economics traditionally has taken the back seat. At its best, it used to smooth out a difficult diplomatic process by promising the Palestinians […]

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