Alexandre Marc: Con-federalism, Cultural Renewal and Trans-frontier Cooperation

Alexandre Marc ; (19 January 1904 – 22 February 2000) was born as Alexandre Markovitch Lipiansky in Odessa, Russia in 1904.  He later simplified his name by dropping Lipiansky; (which his sons have reclaimed) and modifying his father’s first name to Marc;
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Religious Liberty: Continuing Efforts by NGOs Needed.

by Rene Wadlow. 22 August has been set by the United Nations General Assembly as the “International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief”. Due to Nazi and Japanese militarist persecution of religious groups during the
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James Taylor Ranney. World Peace Through Law.

(London: Routledge, 2018). James Ranny has written a most useful account of the transformation of international law  toward world law; as a framework of the World Society.  There was a century of the progressive development of international law;  from the first Hague
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George Kent. Caring About Hunger.

(Sparsnas, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2016, 199pp) Questions and concerns about food security are gaining increasing attention at local, national, and international levels.  Food security holds that all people at all times;  have access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food;  necessary to lead
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Covid-19. NGO Transformations amid Uncertainty.

by Rene Wadlow. World wide; the Covid-19 pandemic has caught both governments and non-governmental organizations (NGO); unprepared for the scope and complexity of the challenges. The lockdowns have had strong economic consequences; as well as social consequences; including; the rapid rise of
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Our mothers. The Fundamental Pillar of Society.

Perhaps many expect the typical article that should be titled:   “Congratulations to all the mothers on their day” or   “Mothers celebrate their day.” Something like this to cite some examples. But it is not the goal. An image of “congratulations
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Antonio Gramsci: A Cultural Base for Positive Action.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow. Antonio Gramsci (22 January 1891 – 24 April 1937); was an Italian Socialist; and then Communist editor ; who is best known for his notebooks of reflections; that he wrote while in prison. (1).   Gramsci grew up on
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Hugh J. Schonfield – Palestine Confederation

The Commonwealth of World Citizens. Hugh Joseph Schonfield (1901-1988); was the first to incorporate the term “world citizen” into the name of a non-governmental organization: the Commonwealth of World Citizens in 1938. The Commonwealth of World Citizens was to have an emphasis
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James Alex Michel. Rethinking The Oceans.

(St.Paul,MN:Paragon House, 2016). The United Nations  held a high-level conference in New York; 5-9 June 2016 devoted to , James Alex Michel; long-time President of the multi-island Republic of Seychelles (2004-2016); has developed many themes on ocean use in his important book
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