Citations with the tag: PEACE movements
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- Security for all.
Fandy, Mamoun // Christian Science Monitor; 3/12/97, Vol. 89 Issue 73, p20
Opinion. Comments on the effort of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt to visit Washington, in efforts to save the peace process between Arabs and Israelis and to save the Middle East from consequences of a peace effort. American role in the process; Effect of the prestige of the United States...
- `Quiet diplomacy' in Mideast draws chorus of criticism.
Landay, Jonathan S. // Christian Science Monitor; 3/26/97, Vol. 89 Issue 83, p1
Reports that the administration of United States President Bill Clinton may have to act forcefully to protect the Middle East peace process, in light of escalating tensions between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. American officials' reluctance to make a high-profile foray; Low-key...
- Now for some principled follow-through in the Mideast.
Cobban, Helena // Christian Science Monitor; 8/14/97, Vol. 89 Issue 182, p19
Opinion. Focuses on the importance of having a long-term goal for the peace process in the Middle East. Phased implementation of steps toward a known end-point; United Nations Security Council resolutions 242 and 338 as the goal of peace efforts in the Mideast; Principles of peace; Contiguity;...
- The pond life stirs...
Hayes, Jerry // New Statesman & Society; 3/15/96, Vol. 9 Issue 394, p16
Focuses on the peace efforts in Northern Ireland. New understanding with the Irish government; National communist revolted by the return to violence; Cynical intransigence of the men of violence.
O'Doherty, Malachi // New Statesman & Society; 4/9/93, Vol. 6 Issue 247, p13
Presents a journalists letter about peace organizations in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Impression on the Sein Fein; Peace meeting at Falls Road with Members of Peace '93; Peace rally by the Relatives for Justice group which is made of people bereaved by the army and the police; Expectations from...
- Life in the 90's.
Golway, Terry // America; 3/9/1996, Vol. 174 Issue 8, p6
Comments on the progress of the peace process in Ireland and Great Britain. Death of an apparent member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army; Irony in the British attacks on President Bill Clinton.
- Finding my village.
Baquett III, Charles R. // American Visions; Jun/Jul97, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p20
Narrates the author's life and accomplishments as a deputy director of the Peace Corps in Somalia. Three-part mission of the Peace Corps; Conflicting methods of civil rights movement which the author was turmoiled over; Projects he undertaken during his two-year stay in Somalia. INSET: Who,...
- Stop the war!
Baquett III, Charles R. // Earth Island Journal; Winter91/92, Vol. 7 Issue 1, ] p7
Reports on the Global Environmental Alliance for Peace's circulation of a paper protesting military action to control access to natural resources.
- A call for peace in Ireland.
Cahill, Sean // Progressive; Nov95, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p15
Focuses on the holding of a peace and demilitarization festival in Crossmaglen, Ireland in September of 1995. Crossmaglen as site of a violent conflict in the war between Britain and Ireland; Increase in the militarization of the region despite the Irish Republican Army cease-fire; Residents'...
- De facto statelet hinders Bosnia peace.
Woodward, Colin // Christian Science Monitor; 9/23/96, Vol. 88 Issue 209, p6
Focuses on the Croat statelet Herzeg-Bosna, whose defiance of the Dayton accords is creating problems for the peace process in Bosnia & Hercegovina. Dependence of the Dayton peace process on the dismantling of the statelet; Other factors which will determine the success of Dayton.
- UN hopes third time's the charm for Angola.
Matloff, Judith // Christian Science Monitor; 9/24/96, Vol. 88 Issue 210, p6
Reports on the efforts of the United Nations for peacekeeping in Angola. Reference to the 1992 peacekeeping mission; Comments from United STates Undersecretary of State for International Organizations, Princeton Lyman; Information on other peace attempts tin Angola.
- Another step toward Middle East peace.
Matloff, Judith // World & I; Dec95, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p48
Presents articles in several newspapers tackling the issue of peace in the Middle East. Includes that of `New York Times'; `Wall Street Journal'; `Haaretz.'
- Selling Mideast peace will take homework.
Brown, Justin // Christian Science Monitor; 1/7/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 32, p2
Focuses on the Middle East peace talks taking place in West Virginia with the leaders of Israel, Syria and the United States as of January 7, 2000.
- Still radical after all these years.
Lockwood, Lee // Mother Jones; Sep/Oct93, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p14
Presents the silver anniversary celebration of the 1968 `Catonsville Nine Action', an antiwar movement headed by brothers Phil and Dan Berrigan. Post-Catonsville pacifist efforts; Growth of the movement; Arrest of the demonstrators.
- Bishops in Bosnia support peace plan, with reservations.
Lockwood, Lee // National Catholic Reporter; 9/17/93, Vol. 29 Issue 40, p12
Reports on the stand of Catholic bishops in Bosnia-Herzegovina on the structuring of region into three ethnic states within the republic. Reservations about disappearance of the Church in traditionally Catholic areas; Fears about the return of ethnic conflict; Stand of Serbs, Croats and Bosnian...
- Under siege with the road warriors.
Foley, Conor // New Statesman & Society; 2/25/94, Vol. 7 Issue 291, p12
Discusses the anti-road campaign in the Independent Republic of Wanstonia as the peace movement of the 1990s. Eviction of people in their homes; Strategies of protesters to ward off police; Nature of anti-road campaigns; Significance of the Public Order and Criminal Justice Bill to the campaign.
- Bill and Hill reap seeds of 60's.
Elvin, John // Insight on the News; 03/16/98, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p22
Presents information on the launching of nationwide protests from various pacifists and religious groups against United States government military strikes against Baghdad. Number of protests staged so far; Comments from Chris Ney, War Resisters League.
- Clinton scrambles to salvage N. Ireland deal.
Elvin, John // Christian Science Monitor; 3/17/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 80, p4
Reports United States President Bill Clinton's March 2000 role in Northern Ireland peace negotiations.
- CND assembles `shadow' ad agency.
Tylee, John // Campaign (UK); 10/31/97, Issue 44, p7
Focuses on the effort of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament to assemble the advertising agency Call Friends of CND with which it will plan advertising and seek funding for its 40th birthday celebration. Main goal of the group.
- In Guatemala, peace amid cautious hope.
Jeffrey, Paul // National Catholic Reporter; 1/10/97, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p11
Focuses on the peace agreement between government officials and guerrilla commanders in Guatemala. End to Central America's longest running armed conflict; Document titled `Accord for a Firm and Lasting Peace'; Impact of the civil war; Corruption.
- Message to the mind.
Jeffrey, Paul // New Statesman & Society; 10/25/91, Vol. 4 Issue 174, p21
Considers the future role of Britain's Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) now that President George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev are unilateralists. Past emphasis of the CND; New plans to move from being an anti-nuclear movement to being a peace movement; Areas of concern it could address,...
- Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: A brief history.
Jeffrey, Paul // Women's International Network News; Winter96, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p78
Looks at the group called Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). Historical background; Disarmament; Support for the rights of minorities; Support for the United Nations.
- 100,000 expected at antiwar rally; Judge denies march.
Boyd, Herb // New York Amsterdam News; 2/13/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 7, p1
Reports on U.S. federal district court ruling prohibiting an antiwar march past the United Nations on February 15, 2003 and rejecting a request for a preliminary injunction by the group United for Peace and Justice. Reasons for the denial of the march; Arguments of march's organizers countering...
- SOUTH AFRICANS LAUNCH ANTIWAR CAMPAIGN.
Boyd, Herb // New York Amsterdam News; 2/13/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 7, p2
Reports on the launch of an antiwar campaign by a broad alliance of local organizations in South Africa representing civil, political and religious organizations to mobilize South Africans against war in Iraq. Impact of the possible war in Iraq on Africa; Participation of African National...
- Faith's unbreakable force.
Lampman, Jane // Christian Science Monitor; 12/23/99, Vol. 92 Issue 21, p11
Focuses on the peacemaking attempts in Sierra Leone following years of civil war and how the country's religious leaders have united to help end the conflict and engage in national reconstruction.
- Star-mangled banners.
Reed, Christopher // Bulletin with Newsweek; 1/28/2003, Vol. 120 Issue 6357, p31
Reports on protests of war against Iraq by media industry in the United States. Contribution of motion picture industry to anti-war movements; Musicians' contributions to anti-war movements; Efforts on Internet user to oppose the war.
- Path to peace?.
Hillenbrand, Barry; Connolly, Paul // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 03/11/96, Issue 11, p32
Reports on the concession to restart peace process and restore hope to the people of Northern Ireland. Circumstances surrounding the peace process; Details on the terrorism of Ireland Republican Army; Accusations made against British Prime Minister John Major; Agreement to elections by Ulster's...
- Ending the pain?
Fedarko, Kevin; Beyer, Lisa // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 5/06/96, Issue 19, p28
Presents information on the cease-fire between Israel and Lebanon, ending attacks by Israel known as the Grapes of Wrath. Talks between United States secretary of state Warren Christopher and Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres; Achievement of cease-fire agreement; Recognition of the United...
- Los Alamos's little war with peace.
Cortright, David // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Mar/Apr1995, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p5
Reports on local residents and officials' objection to the construction of a children's peace statue in Los Alamos, New Mexico, perceiving it as an accusation against the city's role in the creation of the atomic bomb. Los Alamos as the center of the Manhattan Project in World War II;...
Cortright, David // Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition); 3/1/2011, Vol. 196 Issue 5042, p14
The article reports on the establishment of a new peace movement of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian leaders which calls for a peace settlement based on two-state solution in Israel.
- Who is the opponent?
Avnery, Uri // Tikkun; May/Jun94, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p37
Describes post-Hebron debates in the Israeli peace movement. Gush Shalom's belief that the Rabin government impedes rapid progress toward peace by tolerating settlers; Peace Now's adoption of a detailed plan calling for staggered evacuation of settlements.
- Peaceniks packing up.
Sherrid, P. // U.S. News & World Report; 12/7/87, Vol. 103 Issue 23, p40
Europe's peace movement has been shrinking as the likelihood grows that its main targets, the US cruise and Pershing 2 missiles in Europe, are about to be withdrawn. Efforts by European peace organizations to stay relevant.
- Preserving America's capacity for leadership.
Talbott, Deputy Secretar // U.S. Department of State Dispatch; 9/18/95, Vol. 6 Issue 38, p693
Presents a speech by the Deputy Secretary Talbott discussing the role which the United States of America (USA) must play in peace negotiations throughout the world. Progress made in agreement between Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia; Problems which thwart USA's efforts to restore peace.
- U.S. government and business advance the Middle East peace process.
Christopher, Warren; Brown, Ron // U.S. Department of State Dispatch; 11/13/95, Vol. 6 Issue 46, p827
Presents joint statements from State Secretary Warren Christopher and Commerce Secretary Ron Brown discussing the role of the government and businesses in advancing the peace process in Middle East.
- Nuclear weapon and CND.
Byrne, Paul // Parliamentary Affairs; Jul98, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p424
Discuses the issue of protest in Great Britain, highlighting the relevance of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). History of CND; What fueled protests against nuclear armament; Commitment of the CND to nonviolent protest; Tactics used by the CND push forward their issues.
- Who killed the Cold War?
Kaldor, Mary // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Jul/Aug1995, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p57
Reports on the emergence of peace movements in Eastern Europe. Treatment of the movements as spontaneous outbursts; Emergence of a transnational civil society; Inability of the West to come to grips with the challenges of the post-Cold War.
- Sharon's wall blocks the Road Map.
Gordon, Neve // National Catholic Reporter; 8/01/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 35, p20
Comments on the Road Map peace initiative. Assurance on the creation of a viable Palestinian state by Israel; Legal basis of a peaceful solution; Phases of the peace solution. INSET: Related Web Sites.
- Children's Peace Statue can't find a home.
Jones, Arthur // National Catholic Reporter; 3/3/95, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p3
Reports on the publicity regarding the site for the Children's Peace Statue in Los Alamos County in New Mexico. Refusal of the Los Alamos County Council (LACC) to provide a site; Los Alamos-based national monument to peace as project of Arroyo del Oso students; Lawry Mann, chairman of the LACC....
- Not all activists see the same road to peace.
Jones, Arthur // National Catholic Reporter; 2/2/96, Vol. 32 Issue 14, p32
Presents information on President Bush's decision to send United States troops to Somalia as part of a United Nations relief effort. How peace movement was affected; Information on President Bill Clinton's decision; Details on orders from the White House.
- Japan's peace, friendship, and exchange initiative.
Jones, Arthur // Presidents & Prime Ministers; Nov/Dec94, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p9
Focuses on Japan's Peace, Friendship, and Exchange Initiative. Purpose; Conceptual outline; Procedural details; Scale of operation; Projects for the first year of operation.
- Peace crumbles on the way to Sarajevo.
McCarthy, Tim // National Catholic Reporter; 8/27/93, Vol. 29 Issue 37, p14
Reports on the plan of Italian Beati i Costruttori de Pace (Blessed Are the Peacemakers) to bring the presence of peace to Sarajevo. Venture fraught with fond hopes and a grand vision; Collaborating with Equi Libre of France; Convoy from Split, Croatia; Arrest and threat of expulsion;...
- Be Your Own Peacemaker.
Kendrick, Frank J. // Progressive; May87, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p6
Comments on the article 'Be Your Own Peacemaker,' by Samuel H. Day published in the April 1987 issue of the periodical 'The Progressive' which focuses on the peace movement in the U.S.
- Be Your Own Peacemaker.
Probst, Eric // Progressive; May87, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p7
Criticizes the article 'Be Your Own Peacemaker,' by Samuel H. Day published in the April 1987 issue of the periodical 'The Progressive' which focuses on the peace movement in the U.S.
- Be Your Own Peacemaker.
Tollefson, Bernice // Progressive; May87, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p7
Commends the article 'Be Your Own Peacemaker,' by Samuel H. Day published in the April 1987 issue of the periodical 'The Progressive' which focuses on the peace movement in the U.S.
- Be Your Own Peacemaker.
Morea, Douglas // Progressive; May87, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p7
Reiterates the author's belief in the ability of the U.S. peace movement to bring about an effective resolution to the problems facing the country.
- The author replies.
Day Jr., Samuel H. // Progressive; May87, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p7
Replies to comments on the author's article 'Be Your Own Peacemaker' published in the April 1987 issue of the periodical 'The Progressive' which focuses on the U.S. peace movement.
- Antiwar efforts intensify as reverends call for peace.
Boyd, Herb // New York Amsterdam News; 2/27/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 9, p3
Reports on various antiwar protest and demonstrations taking place in New York City following the possibility of the U.S. attack on Iraq. Organization of prayers for peace by reverends near United Nations; Involvement of ministers in other antiwar movements in the city.
- Peace prospects dimmed.
Phillips, James // World & I; Dec96, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p42
Focuses on the deterioration of the Arab-Israeli peace process. Failure to halt a decline in Israelis' personal security; Continued anti-Israeli terrorism; Tensions over the opening of a second exit to an archaeological tunnel near the Temple Mount.
- Candles of peace.
Strickert, Fred // Christian Century; 12/24/97, Vol. 114 Issue 37, p1212
Focuses on the peaceful candlelight Christmas vigil kept by villagers in Beit Sahour, Israel, announcing their determination to keep the eternal message of peace alive. Christmas message of peace on earth from the angels; Beit Sahour as the village of the Christmas shepherds; Occupation of the...
- Community spirit uplifted by `Peace in the Upper East.'
Moorer, Talise D. // New York Amsterdam News; 08/28/97, Vol. 88 Issue 35, p25
Highlights the second annual `Peace in the Upper East' festival, hosted by television program `New York Undercover,' star Malik Yoba. Sponsors of the festival; Where festival was held; Comments from Bill Ecker, president United States Retail Clairol Worldwide; Details on the festival.