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Land of the Golden Pagodas: Checking in on Myanmar’s Peace Process
Monica Paniagua

Monica Paniagua reports on her recent trip to Myanmar to support the ongoing peace process. In this article, she also reflects on the still-troubling human rights situation in the country and the recent economic and political changes that continue to be a source of cautious optimism.

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Don’t just seek to resolve war once it erupts, prevent it in the first place
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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks on the benefits of preventing deadly conflicts such as the Syrian war, rather than responding to their disastrous humanitarian consequences after the fact.

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An Open Letter to the American People: Political Responsibility in the Nuclear Age
Richard Falk, David Krieger, and Robert Laney

What follows here is An Open Letter to the American People: Political Responsibility in the Nuclear Age. It proceeds on the assumption that the core of the nuclear problem we face is the possession, development, and deployment of the weaponry, that is, with the nine nuclear weapons states. The essence of a solution is to eliminate existing nuclear weapons arsenals through a phased, verified process of nuclear disarmament as legally mandated by Article VI of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (1968).

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