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Peace & finance (1)

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The Municipality of The Hague proudly presents a new international institute within their city boundaries. The Hague already hosts international organizations such as International Criminal Court, the International Court of Justice and tribunals for Rwanda and former Yugoslavia. But this new tribunal is having a completely different aim: resolving complex and contested financial disputes...
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Opinion article on Syria by Juan Cole

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In this article J. Cole examines why arming opposition parties, regardless of their agenda, is always a bad idea. Also, the author discusses the limitations of the UN Security Council due to the one-country veto practice. http://www.juancole.com/2012/02/the-dilemma-over-syria.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+juancole%2Fymbn+(Informed+Comment
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The U.S. should not rush for an exit

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  Sir, let us for a moment consider the importance of the U.S. involvement in Afghanistan (“U.S. to End Combat Role in Afghanistan as Early as Next Year, Panetta Says”, editorial February 1) . There are three main reasons of why the U.S. should not rush for the exit. First, as we all know:  stability takes time. It is important to stress that there has been development, with...
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Attending Open Debates in the United Nations Security Council as civil society – a listening exercise or an opportunity for change?

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Since October 2010 members of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) have attended the annual Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) as visitors from civil society. The Open Debate in the last week of October reviews UNSC Resolution 1325 since its adoption in 2000. This is the time when UN Member States,...
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ATTACK ON IRAN?

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I believe the Iranians are not pursuing nuclear weaponry , therefore no military action against Iran should take place..I think the nuclear weapons card is a replay of the WMDs card used in the rape and destruction of Iraq. What do you think?
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