Post Tagged with: "Peace"

Sartre on Refugees

Sartre on Refugees

May 28, 2015 at 11:56 AM

The protection and safety of human beings should not be limited by legal boundaries, it is the moral duty of countries and ordinary citizens to take a stand in face of political and humanitarian conflicts.

Decapitating The Islamic State Won’t Work

Decapitating The Islamic State Won’t Work

May 7, 2015 at 7:44 PM

Unlike some historical experiences wherein decapitation strikes have been immensely effective, the Islamic State is an ideologically charged entity possessing a strong organizational apparatus that is not dependent upon one man. This multi-tier systemic resilience is the Islamic State’s strongest asset and poses the most dubious challenge to the Coalition that hopes to eliminate the threat posed by them.

Taming The Ayatollahs: The Prospects of A Comprehensive Deal With Iran

Taming The Ayatollahs: The Prospects of A Comprehensive Deal With Iran

April 22, 2015 at 10:30 AM

The West and Iran remain too far apart as to raise hopes towards an effective cooperation in promoting peace in the Middle East. But even if a nuclear deal only opens the door to regular talks without any expected outcome, much has been achieved.

Restraining the Bear: NATO, Eastern Europe, and Russia

Restraining the Bear: NATO, Eastern Europe, and Russia

March 22, 2015 at 2:18 PM

The post-Cold War order has come to an end and NATO, after 13 years of out-of-area operations in Afghanistan has returned home, returned to its original mission of collective self-defense.

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Breaking the Rules: The Rule of Law and Conflict

December 13, 2014 at 2:54 PM

The adoption and practice of basic principles of the rule of law are clear barometers for any democracy and stable government. The consequences of the breakdown of the rule of law especially in non-democratic states make its importance even more self-evident.

Deciphering Gaza- An intractable conflict

Deciphering Gaza- An intractable conflict

August 11, 2014 at 12:34 PM

Will the International Community Please Stand Up for Gaza?  While completing this article over the course of a few days, the death toll has exceeded from 924 as on 26th of July to 1263 as on the 30th of July according the official figures of the Office for the CoordinationRead More

Peace Education and the Subcontinent.

Peace Education and the Subcontinent.

August 7, 2014 at 4:14 AM

The Subcontinent has seen it’s fair share of hostility, failed measures and political upheaval. Can Peace Education help India and Pakistan?    When it comes to the traditional rivals, India and Pakistan, nothing can be taken for granted. Amidst hostile statements expressed during Narendra Modi’s election campaign, until Pakistani PrimeRead More