Peace & Justice Update [Final edition for the calendar year]

Dear Readers,


The December 3 issue of the Peace & Justice Update is now online at


Following are selected headlines:

Latin America and the Caribbean – Colombia: Optimistic Attitudes and Unilateral Cease-Fire Highlight Peace Talks in Havana

South and Southeast Asia – Sri Lanka Launches First Satellite with China’s Help

Middle East and North Africa – Egypt: Morsi’s Decree Sparks Protests

Eastern Europe – Moldova Rejects Russian Plan to Place Consulate in Transnistria

East Africa – Sudan: New Demands and Air Strikes Postpone Resumption of Oil Production


Please also see the Archives and Sources link, found at the Peace & Justice Update homepage, to find the current issue as well as past issues in PDF form. This issue of The Peace & Justice Update is the last one of the calendar year.  We thank interns Andres Bernal (University of San Diego, School of Leadership and Education Sciences), Jorge Benavides (University of San Diego), Libby Jelinek (University of San Diego) and Erinn King (Georgia State, B.A.), for their service to the institute’s mission to foster peace, cultivate justice, and create a safer world;  and we wish them well as they go on to future endeavors, whether the continuation of their studies or new professional pursuits. 

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Tags: Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, colombia, egypt, moldova, peace and justice, sri lanka, sudan, university of san diego, usd


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Comment by Linda Ohlson Graham on December 8, 2012 at 4:30pm

I have a VISION that Peace CAN evolve -VERY- -VERY- easily ... :

in a -moment or two of Silence- ...

in ENOUGH of thE ~collective Mind~ ...

Feel welcome to share mY web addresses, <Writings> and <Poetry> globally ... .

Linda  Ohlson  Graham

Linda Ohlson Graham
CO Dept. of Peace Poet Laureate
CO District 2 co-ordinator: Mar. 2008-Mar. 2010:
Campaign to establish a US Dept. of Peace

co-director: The (JMW) Turner Museum Denver, CO


Comment by Silvana M. Pellegrini Adam on December 4, 2012 at 3:00pm

Thanks for posting the updates.


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