Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Agence Global - Article by Rami G. Khouri

...Osnabrück reminds the world that peace is achievable even in the most intractable and violent conflicts if a few core principles are applied, especially equality, freedom, and tolerance. Peace-making and lasting stability also require taking into consideration the legitimate interests of all parties to a conflict. This modern history suggests that boycotting key players while speaking of peace-making is the stuff of fantasy. Realistic compromises among all parties that are treated equally is a more effective approach....

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