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Peace Is Possible

Author: S. Daniel Abraham
Publisher: Newmarket Press
ISBN: 9781557047021
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For more than fifteen years, entrepreneur Dan Abraham, founder and former chairman of Slim-Fast Foods, chose to utilize his considerable resources to facilitate Mideast peace. Together with Utah Congressman Wayne Owens, Abraham made more than sixty trips to the Middle East between 1988 and 2002, meeting with Arab leaders Hosni Mubarak, Hafez Assad, Crown Prince (now King) Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah of Jordan, Abu Mazen, and Yasser Arafat, and Israeli prime ministers Yitzhak Shamir, Yitzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ehud Barak, and Ariel Sharon. Using his business experience with difficult negotiations, Abraham took an active behind-the-scenes role, setting up critical one-on-one meetings between key figures. He urged these leaders to articulate not what they wanted, but what they needed, to make peace, fostering significant advances in the peace process. Since Owens’ untimely death in 2002, Abraham has continued to arrange peacemaking meetings on his own. Drawing from meeting transcripts, diary entries, and extensive handwritten notes, Abraham writes in the first person about these extraordinary, often private meetings, giving us rare “you are there” insight into historically significant events. In his pragmatic and hopeful book, he writes, “I am a great optimist, particularly about a region of the world that usually brings out people’s most pessimistic inclinations— Israel and its neighbors.”

Peace Is Possible

Author: Andrea Cagan
ISBN: 9780978869496
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The biographical, modern epic of Prem Rawat (Sant Ji/Maharaji) from prodigy child guru, addressing Indian audiences in the hundreds of thousands to reaching more than ten-million, in 70 languages, on every habitable continent, from rural Africa to the United Nations in New York City. There was, and still is, an aura of mystery about him: Who is he, really? Does he, as some claim, hold the key to a greater, enlightened understanding of human life?

Peace Is Possible

Author: Prem Rawat
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241385466
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Global peace ambassador Prem Rawat has spent his entire life travelling the world to deliver one timeless message: Peace is Possible. Conflict, he explains, takes place at three levels: between countries, between people, and finally within each of us as individuals. These levels are all interconnected. Hence the conflict that rages within a person will lead them to seek out conflict with another. Similarly, conflict between people of one nation is likely to result in conflict between many nations. So the first step to world peace is a simple one: we must first find peace wtihin ourselves. Peace is Possible draws together age-old stories which, as they have been passed down over generations, inspired and transformed the lives of millions. From the power of adaptability, to the importance of trust, to the sticking-place of courage, these are the messages that will change the world. For good.

Making Peace Possible

Author: Lloyd J. Dumas
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483299287
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In Making Peace Possible, the editors have presented a range of papers which focus on the theory and practice of economic conversion of military-oriented industry to civilian use. The book brings together a wealth of information from academic research and from case studies undertaken by individual countries and by the United Nations. Covering such diverse topics as the relationship between the level of armament expenditure in the industrialized countries and economic aid to less developed countries, the economic impact of ever-increasing expenditure on arms, and the theory and practical experience of economic conversion projects in the US and Scandinavia, Making Peace Possible shows that economic conversion from military to civilian use can help form the basis for a more peaceful and economically stable world.

Love Is The Solution

Author: Nasser Zaghi
Publisher: Mandala Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781601090119
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Four principles, according to Nasser Zaghi, combine to create a blueprint for conflict resolution, whether in intimate relationships or on a worldwide scale. The first principle is love, and the other three — acceptance, fairness, and doing one’s best — lie within it. Living by these four simple principles confers the power to transform problems and challenges into understanding, harmony, and cooperation. The aphorisms in this book can be used as daily meditations or discussion topics and can help readers visualize and ultimately materialize a world filled with love.

Peace Is Possible

Author: Franz Alt
Publisher: Schocken
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Illustrates how the philosophy of the Sermon on the Mount is opposed to the doctrine and policy of those countries in the nuclear contest that are professedly Christian, as well as those who profess civilized values

A Possible Peace Between Israel And Palestine

Author: Menachem Klein
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231139047
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In 2003, after two years of negotiation, a group of prominent Israelis and Palestinians signed a model peace treaty. The document, popularly called the Geneva Initiative, contained detailed provisions resolving all outstanding issues between Israel and the Palestinian people, including drawing a border between Israel and Palestine, dividing Jerusalem, and determining the status of Palestinian refugees. The negotiators presented this citizens' initiative to the Israeli and Palestinian peoples and urged them to accept it. Although the Geneva Initiative was not endorsed by the governments of either side, it has become a fundamental term of reference for solving the Middle East conflict. In this account, Menachem Klein explains how and why these groups were able to achieve agreement. He addresses the formation of the Israeli and Palestinian teams, how they managed their negotiations, and their communications with both governments. He also discusses the role of third-party facilitators and the strategy behind marketing the Geneva Initiative to the public.