Monthly Archives: November 2011

Preventing War: an audacious fantasy or a practical objective?

The approaching season of peace and goodwill invariably rekindles our longing for a world in which swords are beaten into ploughshares and nation refuses to take up sword against nation. The hope may be genuine, but few of us can … Continue reading

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Gorbachev’s Legacy of Peace

Craig and Marc Kielburger of Free the Children go on The Huffington Post to urge a new generation to take up the challenge of ending the nuclear threat. Excerpt: “…So how do we end the threat? [Ernie] Regehr says there … Continue reading

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Uncertainty made certainty in responses to the IAEA on Iran

While Iran is clearly ignoring the Security Council’s demand that it suspend uranium enrichment, and while it also fails to satisfactorily address the outstanding questions raised by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the true nature and objective of Iran’s … Continue reading

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