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August 19, 2016, published in International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons In a dramatic final day, the groundbreaking UN talks on nuclear disarmament concluded by making a clear recommendation to start negotiations on a treaty banning nuclear weapons. Known as the “Open-Ended Working Group” (OEWG), the talks have taken place
BY Phyllis Bennis, June 24, 2016, published in the Institute for Policy Studies “Whatever else you’re trying to do when you’re trying to end a war, don’t kill more people,” Phyllis Bennis told the Real News Network in an interview during the People’s Summit. Bennis outlined four highlights of a foreign policy
By Gerard Meagher, August 5, 2016, published in The Guardian For the first time in Olympic history, 10 athletes will compete at Rio 2016for the Refugee Olympic Team in a move designed to bring global attention to the magnitude of the worldwide refugee crisis. After the International Olympic Committee president, Thomas
As coeditors and contributors, Dr. Harry Anastasiou, Executive Director of the Rotarian Action Group for Peace, and Dr. Pamina Firchow, a Rotary Peace Fellow and Assistant Professor at George Mason University, have initiated and led the publication of a multi-authored book entitled Practical Approaches to Peacebuilding: Putting Theory to Practice.