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A History of Sustainable Violence

A History of Sustainable Violence

There’s a reason why Israelis and Palestinians haven't made true and lasting efforts for peace — their conflict is now the status quo.

The Two-School Solution

The Two-School Solution

With de facto segregation the norm in Israeli schools, a wave of outspoken parents and teachers is arguing that only truly integrated classrooms can bring peace.

What Happens When You Replace a Just War With a Just Peace

What Happens When You Replace a Just War With a Just Peace

Can the Catholic Church put an end to centuries of sanctioning war, and start promoting peace instead?


The Pivot to Tehran

For more than four years, the Obama administration has accused Iran of being a chief instigator of Syria’s bloody conflict and has rebuffed persistent appeals ...

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