Category Archives: Peace

Solving Syria

A real, disturbing picture emerged today for DCFR members about the state of Syria and its prospects. Syrian human rights pro-democracy activist and Founder and Director of Tharwa Foundation Ammar Abdulhamid has been speaking out for Syria since his exile … Continue reading

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Somber Day for Diplomats, Peace

On the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, J. Christopher Stevens, the United States ambassador to Libya, and three of his staff members were killed in an attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi.  The armed mob that stormed the … Continue reading

Posted in Egypt, Foreign policy, Peace, Terrorism

Peace vs Silence

The following is a blog post by DCFR member Frank Roby, based on his humanitarian work experience in Africa: Silence is Not Peace Why is it we want so much to have peace that we are sometimes willing to accept … Continue reading

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