Japan?s Elections : Expert commentary by Mike Green
Associate Professor in the School of Foreign Service, Michael Green, discusses the nature and significance of Japan?s most recent elections.
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A Common Word: Panel Two: Religion, Violence and Peace-Building
In the second session of day two of the Common Word conference, religious leaders discuss the role of religion in violence and in peace building. How do we better understand both religion and violence, and religion and peace building? What are the major issues and best practices in counteracting religious extremism? How can religious authorities and community leaders de-legitimize extremism and acts of violence and terrorism?
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Faith Complex: Hadar Susskind on the Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace Lobby
Hadar Susskind discusses the value of an alternative lobbying group to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
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The Culture of Peace

Professor Marc Gopin gives a speech in the Assad Library in Damascus, January 6, 2005. Sponsored by The Syrian Canadian Women's Club In Cooperation with The Economical Orient Group Companies and the Syrian Public Relations Association. Marc Gopin is the

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Peace Steps - Episode 3

Transitioning from audio to video in this episode, Marc Gopin and Aziz Abu Sarah continue their conversations about building connections between peacemakers with diverse backgrounds. In this episode, they discuss the recent activities of the Center for World

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Peace Steps - Episode 4

Aziz Abu Sarah and Marc Gopin respond to a recent article on the Electronic Intifada by Faris Giacaman contesting the value of dialogue and the "Peace Industry."

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Peace Steps - Episode 5

Marc and Aziz explore what it means to be Pro Israel or Pro Palestine.

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Iran: War...or Peace?
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Trauma Medicine: War and Peace
Dr. David Mulder is Chief of Thoracic Surgery at the McGill University Health Centre, physician for the Montreal Canadiens hockey team and a Member of the Order of Canada.
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Peace Sociolinguistics
Course - Group - Peace Sociolinguistics - Arizona State University > Religion and Conflict > Peace Sociolinguistics
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Episode 60: Harpooning the Myths: Japan and Whaling

Maritime historian Dr Charles Schencking joins host Jennifer Cook to separate the myths from the facts surrounding the contentious practice of whaling by Japan.

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The Apocalyptic Rhetoric of Peace Among Russian Spiritual Christian Jumpers 1911-1919
Course - Group - The Apocalyptic Rhetoric of Peace Among Russian Spiritual Christian Jumpers 1911-1919 - Arizona State University > Religion and Conflict > The Apocalyptic Rhetoric of Peace Among Russian Spiritual Christian Jumpers 1911-1919
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No Peace Without War
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When Religion Brings Peace, Not War
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What Do We Mean When We Say We Want Peace?
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The Rhetoric of Science, Technology and Peace
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The Rhetoric of Peace: Discussion and Questions
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The Rhetoric of Peace in the Rituals of Hiroshima
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Failed Rhetoric: Italian Renaissance Images of Peace
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Messages of Peace in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 1993-2000
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