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Why Europe is not yet ‘A Culture of Peace’

Richard Falk MWC News It is undoubtedly true that the greatest unacknowledged achievement of the European Union (EU) is to establish ‘a culture of peace’ within its regional enclosure for the 68 years since 1944. This has meant not only … Continue reading

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The politics of treason

Michael Pascoe Sydney Morning Herald The absolute minimum requirement for becoming a member of parliament should be a willingness to put the interests of the nation ahead of self. And on that basis, the Labor, Liberal and National Party members … Continue reading

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The Power and Potential of Nonviolent Struggle by Gene Sharp

Youtube The Power and Potential of Nonviolent Struggle by Gene Sharp Gene Sharp, Senior Scholar of the Albert Einstein Institution, shares insights from his life study of how nonviolent struggle can work. For many years Gene and the Albert Einstein … Continue reading

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