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Education and Dialog for Peace in Indonesian Context

  by Prof., Dr. Abdul Rahim Yunus, Indonesia     Education for Peace Humans are born like white paper. The education that they gain in growth then shapes them to have good character or bad character. If someone in growth has been formed by an educational environment that is not good then …

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PEACE INITIATIVES FROM MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVES

by Fauzi Harris(Malaysia)       Political conflicts in the country like in Syria, the inter-ethnic crisis that is still struck Sri Lanka and also the ethnic assassinations in Myanmar gave a shadow that peace in the world was so wobbly like a bubble in the ocean. Hence, the effort to …

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The UN celebrates World Peace Day on Sept. 21

by Ms. Iman El Damarany(Egypt)     Today, 21 September is the International Day of Peace, where the United Nations General Assembly has devoted this history to the promotion of the ideals of peace. The United Nations Member States have adopted 17 goals for sustainable development, recognizing the need to …

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The interest of Korea, to Europe for peace

by Igor Shevyrov(Ukraine)   (This post was originally posted on https://izvestia.kiev.ua/blog/show/84402)     To enlist the support of Europe in the interests of the Declaration of Peace and the Cessation of Wars (DPCW). This goal was promoted by the 27th international tour of the chairman of the South Korean organization HWPL Lee …

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How can Europe become a global participant?

by Igor Shevyrov(Ukraine)   (This post was originally posted on https://izvestia.kiev.ua/blog/show/84405)     How Europe can become a global player. And, for example, to justify the hopes that Seoul poses for the settlement of the conflict on the Korean peninsula. First of all, Europe already acts as a global player. Europe’s interests …

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How can we make the world safe?

by Igor Shevyrov(Ukraine)   (This post was originally posted on https://izvestia.kiev.ua/blog/show/84235)     The world ceased to be bipolar, but it still did not become multipolar. And even more so, did not become multi-partner. Many international institutions were unable to respond effectively to contemporary international problems. For example, it was well marked …

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