By I. Akhmadov,M. Lanskoy,Zbigniew K. Brzezinski
By Rita Verma
Critical Peace schooling and worldwide Citizenship bargains narrative debts representing a number of methods instructor and learner activists have come to achieve probabilities for peace and reconciliation via unofficial curricula. With those narratives, the e-book demonstrates the connections among serious peace schooling and such an important concerns as human trafficking, gang violence, contested narratives of nationhood and belonging, gender identities, and the importance of mentoring. via wealthy examples of pedagogic paintings, this quantity complements and illustrates significantly orientated understandings and interpretations of peace in actual school rooms with various populations of scholars. Written essentially for students and graduate scholars operating within the fields of academic idea, severe pedagogy, and academic coverage, the chapters during this publication inform a compelling tale approximately academics, inexperienced persons and pupil activists who proceed to fight for the construction of transformative and significant websites for peace praxis.
By M. Fixdal
By Christian K. Højbjerg,Jacqueline Knörr,William P. Murphy
This e-book examines the novel alterations in social and political panorama of the higher Guinea Coast zone over the last 30 years due to civil wars, post-war interventions by means of overseas, humanitarian organisations and peacekeeping missions, in addition to a neighborhood public health and wellbeing predicament (Ebola epidemic). The emphasis on ‘crises’ during this booklet attracts awareness to the serious socio-transformations within the zone over the past 3 many years. modern crises and adjustments within the area impress a problem to authorised methods of realizing and imagining socio-political existence within the zone – even if on the point of subnational and nationwide groups, or overseas and neighborhood buildings of curiosity, akin to refugees, weapon trafficking, cross-border army incursions, nearby safety, and transnational epidemics. This booklet explores and transcends the relevant explanatory tropes that experience orientated examine at the area and re-evaluates them within the mild of the modern structural dynamics of crises, alterations and continuities.
By Ajay Skaria
Unconditional Equality examines Mahatma Gandhi’s critique of liberal principles of freedom and equality and his personal perform of a freedom and equality equipped round faith. It reconceives satyagraha (passive resistance) as a politics that strives for absolutely the equality of all beings. Liberal traditions often verify an summary equality based on a few kind of autonomy, the Kantian time period for the standard sovereignty that rational beings workout by means of granting themselves common legislation. yet for Gandhi, such equality is an “equality of sword”—profoundly violent not just since it excludes these presumed to lack cause (such as animals or the colonized) but in addition simply because these incorporated lose the ability to like (which calls for the give up of autonomy or, extra greatly, sovereignty).
Gandhi professes as a substitute a politics equipped round dharma, or faith. For him, there should be “no politics with no religion.” This faith comprises self-surrender, a freely provided hand over of autonomy and daily sovereignty. For Gandhi, the “religion that remains in all religions” is satyagraha—the agraha (insistence) on or of satya (being or truth).
Ajay Skaria argues that, conceptually, satyagraha insists on equality with no exception of all people, animals, and issues. this can't be understood when it comes to sovereignty: it has to be an equality of the minor.
By David A. Hamburg
By Tom Hayden
“Hell no” used to be the conflict cry of the biggest peace circulate in American history—the attempt to finish the Vietnam battle, which integrated hundreds of thousands of veterans. The move was once divided between radicals, revolutionaries, sectarians, moderates, and militants, which legions of paid FBI informants and executive provocateurs attempted to damage. regardless of those stumbling blocks thousands marched, resisted the draft on campuses, and compelled sitting presidents from workplace. This flow used to be a watershed in our background, but this present day it's at risk of being forgotten, condemned by means of its critics for every little thing from cowardice to stab-in-the-back betrayal.
during this integral essay, Tom Hayden, a imperative anti-Vietnam conflict organizer, calls to account elites who are looking to omit the Vietnam peace move and excoriates those that trivialize its effect, have interaction in sketch of protesters and query their patriotism. In so doing, he seeks either a reckoning and a therapeutic of nationwide memory.
By Susan Lindauer
EXTREME PREJUDICE unearths one Asset’s determined fight to outlive the canopy ups of September 11 and Iraq. a real existence secret agent mystery that is going contained in the Iraqi Embassy and criminal on a Texas army base, severe PREJUDICE exposes the depths of deception by way of leaders in Washington and London, on the way to advertise a questionable snapshot in their profitable anti-terrorism coverage, and the stunning brutality used to suppress the reality in their disasters from the yankee humans and the realm neighborhood. exceptionally, severe PREJUDICE deals a serious exam of the Patriot Act from the defendant’s chair. it's a terrifying tale of mystery fees, mystery proof, and threats of indefinite detention and forcible drugging--in the identify of nationwide security-- that readers will not forget.
“Susan Lindauer merits unreserved admiration for this courageous and relocating account of her steadfast refusal to fall apart lower than the shameful abuses to which she was once subjected. She has supplied us with an past due publicity of the depths to which governments are all too ready to descend to avoid disclosure in their dishonesty and malfeasance, her wisdom having been won via sour own experience.” –Professor Robert Black, Q.C., Scottish architect of the Lockerbie Trial at Camp Zeist
“Unfolds like a suspense mystery from deep in the fight for worldwide sanity by the hands of these perpetrating darkish secrecy. Chilling, heartbreaking, frightening and hopeful, severe PREJUDICE deals a intensity of historic perception serious to remodeling our destiny. Pay attention.” –Janice Matthews, Director, 911Truth.org
About the Author
Former Congressional staffer Susan Lindauer played as a U.S. Intelligence Asset masking Libya and Iraq on the United countries on issues of anti-terrorism from 1993 to 2002. such a lot notoriously, in the summertime of 2001 her staff warned a few significant terrorist assault regarding plane hijackings and a strike at the international exchange middle. Lindauer additionally campaigned seriously opposed to the Iraq battle. this can be the tale of what occurred whilst Lindauer attempted to reveal the real proof of Pre-War Intelligence, the Sep 11 warnings and Iraq's next contributions to the Sept. 11 research to Congress and the yankee humans. It information the nightmare of her arrest at the Patriot Act and her imprisonment with out a trial on the infamous Carswell legal inside of Carswell Air strength Base in Texas. severe PREJUDICE is a real lifestyles undercover agent thriller.
By Stefan Erminger
Die vorliegende Arbeit versucht, den Zypern-Konflikt und seine Aussichten auf eine Beilegung zu analysieren, die Probleme aufzuzeigen, die ursprünglich diesen Konflikt bestimmten, dabei die scheinbar unüberbrückbaren Positionen der Konfliktparteien darzulegen und Lösungsmöglichkeilen zu bewerten. Dazu erscheint es sinnvoll, eine kurze Darstellung der Geographie Zyperns und seiner historischen Entwicklung vor Ausbruch des Konflikts an den Anfang zu stellen. Auf dieser Grundlage werden der Verlauf des Konflikts bis heute dargelegt und die wesentlichen Ursachen sowie die Positionen der Konfliktparteien herausgearbeitet. Daran anschließend werden Auswirkungen des Konflikts auf internationale Organisationen dargelegt, um die Notwendigkeit seiner Lösung zu unterstreichen. Die Arbeit schließt mit der Bewertung der wesentlichen Lösungsmodelle zur Beilegung des Konflikts und zeigt Perspektiven auf.
Der Konflikt auf der im östlichen Mittelmeer gelegenen Insel Zypern ist sinnvollerweise in den Kontext der griechisch-türkischen Beziehungen zu stellen. Dieser ist neben dem Zypern-Konflikt maßgeblich durch die Auseinandersetzung um die ostägäischen Inseln und die Minderheitenproblematik in den jeweiligen Ländern bestimmt.
Die überwiegend wohlhabende griechische Minderheit in Istanbul hat wegen der Ausschreitungen gegen sie seit den fünfziger Jahren die Stadt speedy völlig verlassen. Umgekehrt betrachtet die griechische Regierung die türkische Minderheit in Griechenland lediglich als eine moslemische Volksgruppe, während Ankara sich als deren Anwalt versteht. Beides verursacht Spannungspotential.
By Norma C. Noonan,Vidya Nadkarni