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Erle Frayne D. Argonza
World opinion has been moving closer to approving a full intervention to oust Libya’s mad leader Kadhafy. As to what forms of intervention will be adopted, global leaders are still in the dark as of the moment.
I am not wont to see foreign intervention myself in the internal affairs of any country. This is a matter of respecting the principle of sovereignty, mutual respect, and cooperation among nations.
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In this week’s PSR: Israel clears landmines; Niger Elections; Somali pirates; Sudan negotiations; Colombia's FARC; Cuba sentencing; Drones in Mexico; Japan crisis; Koreas tensions; Malaysia smuggling; EU nuclear policy; N. African refugees; HRW in Uzbekistan; Bahrain crackdown; Libya ceasefire; Palestine unity talks; Afghan strategy; Maldives security; US contractor in…Continue
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Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei
The year 2011 began with remarkable developments for the people of Sudan (both North and South), and this marks an interesting development in Africa. For the North, they have seen the extent of their power and control extensively abrogated, while the Southerners believe they can now boast of ‘real first class citizenship’ in their own country. As a result of a 2005 peace deal Southern…Continue
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Written by ACR-GNY Board Member Richard Lutringer & originally posted [HERE])
Parties in commercial mediations often reach resolution through the help of a skilled mediat
or using traditional mediation tools, including an inquiry…Continue
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We have just
concluded the first phase of the USIP/GWU eSeminar on Business and Peace, which has focused on questions relating to the business and peace nexus. Over the past three days, roughly 400 participants from 55 countries have discussed the linkages between business activity and peace promotion and highlighted ways in which business activity could be part of the solution (and not…Continue
Tekali, Georgia © Onnik Krikorian 2011
The roads have seen better days and probably so too have the villagers, but if plans to establish a regional peacebuilding center in the small ethnic Azeri village of Tekali (Tekalo) come to fruition (See…Continue
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Nature and God has given us a natural lovely planet this earth without any boundary,without any religion ,without any nation .We started creating boundary, nation ,and religion.
The world is one. There are no natural lines dividing nations. Then why do you go on? There is a deep desire to dominate and there are so many people in the world to dominate: they need many nations. Otherwise just a single government, a functional government for the whole world will be enough. What is the…Continue
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To help rabbis to lead the way in bringing Jewish ideas to the widest possible audiences, RWB invites applications for its Fellowship Program. The Fellowship Program will bring together rabbis from across the country and across the ideological spectrum to study with leading thinkers, authors, and influential people working in the fields of media, politics, public policy, American religion, and contemporary…Continue
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I read a lot of posts from this site (thank you), however I rarely write any myself ---but, in that I'm about to travel to Greensboro, Alabama for the 7th year, to build another house for someone in need (Ms. Georgia) ---and the…Continue
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“Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And I’ll no longer be a Capulet”.
In his wildest dreams, Fareed never imagined that these lines from Juliet’s lips in the final scenes of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet would perfectly describe his situation.
As protecting my source`s rights, I would only be referring to him by his first name, Fareed, 35, and thousands of Egyptian men, had never imagined that an act as normal as…Continue
ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Task Force on Improving Mediation Quality -…Continue
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World Citizens call for a Cease Fire in Libya and the start of negotiations on a broadly-based New Libyan Republic
In a 15 March 2011 message to the U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Rene Wadlow, Representative to the United Nations, Geneva, Association of World Citizens, urged the Secretary General to take a lead in advocating a cease fire in Libya that would halt the current fighting and the flight of refugees. Increased fighting provokes an intolerable burden…Continue
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