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Monthly Archives: August 2011
In the lull after the media frenzy around Irene, it is a good time to reflect on the Israeli-Palestinian situation. In a few weeks, the Palestinians will submit a resolution to the UN General Assembly that asks that Palestine be … Continue reading
I just read a paper by Rotary Peace Scholar Duncan Autry that paralleled the ideas I present in my latest book Elusive Peace: How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts. What we concluded from entirely different approaches is … Continue reading
Where do the Republican presidential candidates stand on negotiation, mediation, and diplomacy as a means of solving intractable international conflicts? Reading reports about Governors Perry and Romney and Representative Michelle Bachman as the leading Republican candidates, one sees very little … Continue reading
If you liked Iraq and Afhganistan, you will love Somalia. I wonder what will be necessary for the elites in the diplomatic and international community to wake up to the fact that the system is not working. How many Rwandas, … Continue reading
The news in sports today is that the NCAA is thinking about a fundamental restructuring of college athletics after allegations surfaced that University of Miami football players received all kinds of benefits, including drugs and prostitutes, from a high roller … Continue reading
While I sympathize with much of Cindy Sheehans’ recent blog rant against war, wouldn’t the better, healthier process be to facilitate a conversation between Ms. Sheehan and those she is railing against. The polemical nature around war these days is … Continue reading