The fight of ‘who is right’ – perspectives in conflict
Attempts at reconciliation should first begin by working to eliminate antagonism; namely by bringing two or more stories to the table and revealing to each... Read More
US foreign policy and the pursuit of “democracy”
The problem with the US effort to push “democracy” is that it doesn’t seem to help anyone. When the US talks democracy, it means the... Read More
US decision to send arms to Syrian rebels may make bad situation worse
It is hard to avoid the conclusion that President Obama has ceded too much to the pressures and assurances from “aides and critics.” Perhaps as... Read More
Time for the UN Security Council permanent five to give up their vetoes?
Why has the relationship between Washington and Moscow not become more “normal” and permitted a greater degree of partnership in the Security Council? Reasons exist... Read More