Category Archives: Palestine

A Theory of Love for a slightly Broken World.

  A  Theory of Love for a slightly Broken World.   Kevin P Clements   Diane Ackerman says of love:   “What a small word we use for an idea so immense and powerful, it has altered the flow of … Continue reading

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Gaza Interview- Truthout

Originally posted on Global Justice in the 21st Century:
? [Prefatory note: This is an interview with a knowledgeable Greek journalist covering a range of issues associated with the Gaza ordeal] ? “Blood on American Hands”: Richard Falk on Palestine…

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Violence and Nonviolence in the 21st century

Violence and Nonviolence in the 21st Century Kevin P Clements National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies University of Otago.   We are constantly being told that the world overall is getting more peaceful. Stephen Pinker ( The Better Angels … Continue reading

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Making sense of tragedy:standing in solidarity with Palestinians and supporting immediate medical assistance

Making Sense of Tragedy:standing in solidarity with Palestinians and supporting immediate medical assistance Kevin P Clements NCPACS, University of Otago There is a major calamity taking place in the Middle East  right now. The Israeli army, navy and airforce are … Continue reading

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