Citizens of the World Diplomacy.

“The crisis today in human affairs is represented not by the absence of human capacity, but by the failure to recognize that the capacity exists. What gives hope its power is the release of human energies generated by the longing for something
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Sri Lanka: Sectarian Violence and the Higher Self by Rene Wadlow

On 14 and 15 May 2019, revenge violence; broke out in a number of towns in Sri Lanka against Muslim shopkeepers by Christians; motivated by the Easter Sunday attacks on three Christian churches, two Roman Catholic and one Protestant.  The Easter church attacks
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Non-governmental Organizations in the United Nation: The Voices of the Future.

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The Constitution of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) written just after the end of the destructive Second World War states that “since wars begin in the minds of men, it is in the minds of
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Yemen and World Law: Building from Current Violations.

“Shall we not learn from life its laws, dynamics, balances?  Learn to base our needs not on death, destruction, waste, but renewal?”— Nancy Newhall On 16 April 2019, U.S. President Donald Trump vetoed S.J. Resolution 7 to withdraw U.S. support for the
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A Step Forward in the U.N.’s Efforts Against Rape as a Weapon of War.

On Tuesday, 23 April 2019, the United Nations Security Council voted resolution N° 2467 concerning the use of rape as a weapon in times of armed conflict.  This resolution builds on an earlier resolution of 24 June 2013 which called for the complete
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Navroz: Turkish Troops in Afrim: Renewal and Complexity.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow May the soul flourish;May youth be as the new-grown grain Navroz, usually celebrated on 21 March in Iran and Central Asia, is the “New Day”, the end of the old year with its hardships and deceptions and the
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