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European disintegration? Separatist movements across the continent are gaining momentum
Thomas Wagner-Nagy

Scotland's narrowly lost campaign for independence has emboldened similar struggles for self-determination across Europe, in places like Catalonia, Flanders, and Transnistria. Thomas Wagner-Nagy asks what this trend could mean for Europe, where a complex history of disputed cultural and territorial borders continues to unfold.

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Voices from Syria
Keith Gentry

In light of intensifying military actions in Iraq and Syria, Keith Gentry reflects on his recent visit to the Turkish-Syrian border and the many Syrian refugees he met. This article offers to share some of their stories.

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Archbishop Joseph Raya – Apostle of Peace and Love
Lesya Sabada

This is a short article about Archbishop Raya, an Arab Christian peace advocate whose legacy of nonviolence and social action continues to inspire people across the religious divides of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

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