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Category Archives: Human rights
By guest author Mike Corgan “dreaming of systems so perfect that no one will need to be good.” C.S. Lewis wrote those words for his verse play The Rock, but they could just as well apply to U.S. foreign policy … Continue reading
This year’s winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is a well-deserving intergovernmental organization—the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). The OPCW works in collaboration with the United Nations to administer the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWP). As of January … Continue reading
By guest contributor Emmanuel C. Mbaezue Though intertwined with many beliefs and purposes, religious fundamentalists and extremists depart significantly from each other in their basic operations. Typically, it is the fundamentalist who creates the vision of the group and their religious … Continue reading