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From the U.S. Institute of Peace blog The Olive Branch. To view the post on the web site, click …Continue
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By Viola Gienger
A second round of talks with Iran is coming up later this week in Geneva, and the temperature is rising in the region and beyond. The pressure is intense on all sides in the…Continue
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By Moeed Yusuf
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By Viola Gienger
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By Thomas Omestad
The start of Hassan Rouhani’s presidency with his swearing-in on Aug. 4 will enhance prospects for at least a modest improvement in U.S.-Iranian relations, though…Continue
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By Garrett Nada
Hassan Rouhani is big into Twitter. (Or at least someone in his office is.) Since his election, Iran’s new president has tweeted prolifically…Continue
Added by Viola Gienger on July 25, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Here is a lecture I held at the World Peace Academy in Basel, Switzerland. I show here some pf my photos from my Iran trip, I outline why the present Western policies on Iran are counterproductive and, third, what must be done instead. It's only a hint - so much can be done to both prevent a looming war and to build trust.
I'd be happy to receive your comments and for your sharing it throughout your system.…
What you mostly hear in the Western mainstream media is extremely biased.
This newTFF PressInfo 1-2013 outlines why a) what you hear is basically one-sided, demonizing and missed the relevant factors and the wider regional apsects - and b) what should be done instead. Because, if the present US-EU-NATO policy is maintained for long, it is bound to lead to war - whether intended or not.…
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By Daniel Moskowitz
Denver, Colorado USA
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Here is 19 constructive proposals in the direction of war-prevention and long-term peace.
It contrasts sharply the present discourse which is dominated by intellectually lazy and anachronistic talk about war as an option. War on Iran is not an option!
It's been published by IPS - the Inte Press Service. You are welcome to use it but you must print the © of IPS and myself as author.
I look forward to your comments here on…Continue
What a bizarre circumstance this is. The irrational Iranians are behaving too reasonably.
The unmovable Iranians seem to be compromising too readily.
This past weekend, the United States and other major nations finally spoke with Iran. In 10 hours of talks (or 5 with translations), minus a lunch break, Iran agreed to a framework for ensuring that…
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From Change for Equality
This was originally posted on Change for Equality. We were excited to hear these Iranian women call for peace on International Women's Day last week.
War does not happen in the course of a day. There is no need for war to land in our cities with a bomb. The shadow of war is also frightening. The possibility of war too changes the lives of women. Every day that we…Continue
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“Sometimes there are no alternatives to confrontation”
(then - 2008 - candidate Obama)…
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This is President Obama's most nasty, bellicose, one-sided and perversely power-arrogant speech ever. The Nobel Committee ought to revoke its Prize to him, but of course it won't.
This cynical man speaks about the goodness of even more "crippling" sanctions on a country of 75 million people of which 25 % are children under 14.
At every single aspect he touches upon, he takes the wrong path: towards making war irreversible. There is no excuse that it was for AIPAC. In contrast to…
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