Tina Brown’s signature event traveled to Texas to take on issues as vast as the Lone Star State: Ebola, honor killings, reproductive rights, the strains of military life, and peace through reconciliation in the Middle East.
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Fifty years ago this week, Martin Luther King became the youngest man ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
Continue reading MLK’s Forgotten Masterpiece
The Peace Prize for Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai was well deserved.
Continue reading Stopping the Small Hands of Slavery
About 2,000 bags of food are donated to an impromptu foodbank that started amid a gathering of peace campaigners.
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Filled with songs about desire, absence, and restlessness, Adams’s latest is far removed from an ode to tranquility. Whatever peace he has found seldom finds its way into his music.
Continue reading ‘Ryan Adams’ Is No Domestic Bliss Album
Ukraine signs a peace agreement with the rebels, and it has Russian President Putin’s blessing – but not his signature.
Continue reading “Peace In Our Time” in Ukraine?
Ukraine signs a peace agreement with the rebels, and it has Russian President Putin’s blessing—but not his signature.
Continue reading Putin’s ‘Peace’ in Ukraine
The Dalai Lama had been hoping to join a Nobel peace conference in Cape Town next month but withdrew his visa application after being told it would be unsuccessful
Continue reading South Africa denies Dalai Lama visa again
The Secretary of State has been furiously working on a Mideast ceasefire, but his ad hoc efforts were dealt another blow Monday when Israel rejected his latest peacemaking plan.
Continue reading Inside the Kerry-Israel Meltdown
The Pontiff makes a heartfelt appeal for peace in Gaza, Iraq, Syria … but is anyone listening?
Continue reading What Would Jesus Do in Gaza?
A commander of Moqtada al Sadr’s newly renamed “Peace Brigades” describes plans to reunify Iraq—with a little help from Iran. Will they fight ISIS as hard as they fought the U.S. Army?
Continue reading The Shia Militia Plans for War on ISIS