Anything War Can Do, Peace Can Do Better

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William James’ idea of the need to create a moral equivalent of war first struck me, decades ago, when I read about it, as about as sensible an idea as inventing a new way to punch yourself in the face.

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Local actions are building blocks for #GlobalGoals

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International commitments are vital for a better tomorrow but no less important are local actions on the frontlines, for bringing in desired change. Most important and often unheard voices are of those who are striving hard to bring in a change on the frontlines.

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Paid leave for domestic violence survivors

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Paid leave for domestic violence survivors can help break the cycle of violence against women

Shobha Shukla, CNS (Citizen News Service)

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Gülen And Erdogan’s Islamic Rivalry And Its Consequences

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Until five years ago, Fethullah Gülen and Turkey’s President Erdogan were allies who supported each other.

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A Moment of Reckoning for Decentralisation in Morocco

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A Two-Pronged Policy Needed To Stem The Flow Of Migrants

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To dramatically slow the flow of illegal immigration and even end it does

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'The Spirit of Romanticism

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The current exhibition of Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863) at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art – the first of its kind to be mounted in North America – is indeed an extraordinary revelation.

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