Prime Minister Azad Jammu & Kashmir had appointed Sardar Muhammad Tahir Tabassum President Institute of Peace and Development (INSPAD) and Former Secretary Information Muslim Conference as Advisor for Human rights. The Official notification from Govt. of Azad Jammu and Kashmir has been issued.
Mr. Tahir Tabbasum working on Peace, Human Rights, Kashmir and Dialogue in Pakistan, Kashmir and abroad since long time.…Continue
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This article is republished to stress the contention for a stronger region of Southeast Asians.
ONE ASEAN: GET READY!
Erle Frayne D. Argonza
Good evening! Magandang gabi!
The dark clouds of the electoral contests are now getting clearer in the Philippines. With our polls settled and our elected leaders about to begin their mandates, I’d now depart from election-related advocacies and move back to…Continue
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From historical perspective the Mladic'n arrest and the Hague trial serves as formation of a more comprehensive picture of events in the Balkans in the 90's after the procecutor and the defense have made their case. Issues related to the underlying policy objectives of Srebrenica, events before Srebrenica and the number and the PR game around Srebrenica. Realization…Continue
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It is expected that at the end of June, Freedom Flotilla 2 will set sail for Gaza, carrying various forms of humanitarian aid, including medical, school, and construction materials. This second flotilla will consist of 15 ships - including the Mavi Marmara from the first flotilla - sailing from Istanbul, but also vessels departing from several European countries, and carrying as many as 1,500 humanitarian activists as passengers. If these plans are carried out, as seems likely, it means that…Continue
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The signing of the Palestinian reconciliation agreement is just the beginning of the internal reconciliation process on the national, political, strategic and tactical levels. Nassar Ibrahim writes that for reconciliation to be successful, two crucial conditions must be met.
Fatah and Hamas did not solely give in to the pressure of the people’s demands, but recognised the non-viability of the current political path
The concept of reconciliation (sulha or musalaha…
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More and more Israelis apply for a foreign passport, not for easier travel but because something has gone terribly wrong here…
The numbers are climbing rapidly and the phenomenon is intriguing: Many Israelis are longing for a second passport. If Shimon Peres (now president ) once promised "a car for every worker," a second passport is now becoming the object of desire. If our forefathers dreamt of an Israeli passport, there are those among us who are now dreaming of a…Continue
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[Nicholas C. Martin is a visiting professor at American University and the United Nations University for Peace. He is also co-founder and president of TechChange, an organization that trains…Continue
Conflict Resolution Quarterly
Special Colloquy on Group Identity and Conflict
Volume 28 no 3, Spring…
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Conflict Resolution Quarterly
Call for Environmental/Public Policy Submissions
Conflict Resolution Quarterly publishes scholarship on relationships…Continue
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The 25th anniversary of the accident at Chernobyl Nuclear plant ,its the world’s worst nuclear catastrophe ,a 30km exclusion zone around the plant from where 350000 were evacuated after the accident .is still close for habitat and farming .
The Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear disaster caution us against the use of nuclear energy in India ,it is a threat to our extremely rich biodiversity ,how can they say that nuclear energy is cheap and safe .This nuclear energy is…Continue
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In the often politically tumultuous climate of Sulaimani, one place has endured numerous crises and developed a reputation as a meeting place for people of different convictions: Shaab Teahouse.
Founded in late 1940s, Shaab was opened near Sulaimani’s historic Sara area by tea maker Wasta Sharif, who gradually turned it into a place for people from all walks of life to gather. Intellectuals, writers, artists, and journalists are among those who frequent Shaab (Arabic for “people”),…Continue
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Hear from the first group of students to receive two Master's Degrees in Conflict Resolution and Mediterranean Security from George Mason University and the University of Malta.
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True strength comes not from the use of force, violence, or coercion, but rather it comes from the ability to be nonviolent when confronted with violence.…
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"Direct experience is not enough. Virtually any method of resolution may prove effective in addressing one or two situations of conflict. But we often do not know why. It might be because they are sound methods, because the particular method happened to work well with a particular type of conflict, because the…Continue