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Peace requires positive combativity in our relations and equally in the face of our own impulses. But to define peace as the struggle won b…

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Webinar: America I Believe In Campaign

Hello All -  "Amnesty International USA just launched the “America I Believe In” toolkit and campaign. These t…

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The live below the line challenge

What do you think of the live #BelowTheLine challenge? My daughter is going to live with less than $1.50 a day to raise money for the UN's…

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The Most Socially Just Tax

Although many people in government and politics are reluctant to change the tax regime, we should recognize that our present complicated sy…

Started by David Harold Chester

2 Oct 30
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Nationalism

Peace requires positive combativity in our relations and equally in the face of our own impulses. But to define peace as the struggle won b…

Started by Hanane Saouli

1 Feb 26
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AN ANALYSIS OF NATIONALISM IN UGANDA

Carnegie Council International Student/Teacher Essay Contest: Nationalism 2016.

Started by Munyamagana Wence

0 Dec 28, 2016

a collection of quotes

"A single falling tree makes more noise than a whole forest thatgrows." -- Tibetan proverb "Always forgive your enemies. Nothing annoys the…

Started by Dietrich Fischer

2 Nov 10, 2016
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Webinar: America I Believe In Campaign

Hello All -  "Amnesty International USA just launched the “America I Believe In” toolkit and campaign. These t…

Started by Eli Gap

0 Jul 11, 2016

Invitation - Summer school on Health Law and Ethics (30 June – 8 July 2016)

Dear Sir or Madam,   The Erasmus Observatory on Health Law / Institute of Health Policy & Management (Erasmus University Rotterdam, the…

Started by Erasmus Observatory

0 Jan 11, 2016

Global Media in Days of Information Warfare -An interview of Prof Steven Beebe by Ratnesh Dwivedi

In the days of mediatization when it is mostly media which sets agenda and information war fare decides public perception ,it is very impor…

Started by Ratnesh Dwivedi

1 Jan 10, 2016
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War in Iraq: To Apologize or not To Apologize, That is the Issue

In light of Tony Blair's remarks on the war in Iraq this past weekend, I am interested in sparking a debate and discussion about what peopl…

Started by Jesica L Santos

2 Oct 27, 2015
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USA- Cost of an Unending War in Afghanistan and Before: A Lesson to Learn

In one of the biggest military engagement USA is involved in after second world war is in Afghanistan.The War in Afghanistan began on 7 Oct…

Started by Ratnesh Dwivedi

0 Aug 20, 2015

On Set of BRICS , SCO and EEU ,a Great Outcome is All Set to Change World Dynamics by Ratnesh Dwivedi

While BRICS and SCO countries were discussing a powerful economic collaboration among partner countries in first week of July 2015 and worl…

Started by Ratnesh Dwivedi

0 Aug 20, 2015

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