Patrick Cockburn is an Irish journalist who has been a Middle East correspondent since 1979 for the Financial Times and, presently, The Independent. Among the most experienced commentators on Iraq, he has written four books on the country’s recent history. Cockburn’s latest book is The Jihadis Return: ISIS and the New Sunni Uprising.
Citizens of Victoria and Vancouver Island gather to show their support for the victims of Israels bombing raids in Gaza and they say,
“Violence is not the answer”.
Dominicus Rohde, a director of the Schengen Peace Foundation, calls for the European Union to open its doors to the world.
Closing Ceremony, with Dominicus Rohde – June 22, 2014 Perl, Germany
Improving Representative Democracy – with Marcus van der Erve
Restorative Justice and Retributive Justice – Dr. Jaime Cardenas
CAUX Initiatives of Change by Charles Danguy
Europe’s Unfinished Business – Adrian Dan Pop
Historical Background of Turkey
European Union and Turkey
Peace for Kashmir
War as Means to Peace
International Institutions in Pakistan – To help or hinder?
Pakistan and the Taliban
Make Profits Illegal – part 1 by Metissia Singer
Make Profits Illegal – part 2 by Metissia Singer
Ambassadors For Peace – Dr. Martha Llanos
War Is a Profitable business. by Dr. Christian Barkei and Naveed Elahi
Uncollected taxes and Economic Justice by Dirk Loehr
Peaceful Evolution of Poland – Ambassador Bartosz Jatowiecki
Calling for Peace Ministries – Part 1 – Aditya Sharma
Calling for Peace Ministries – Part 2 – Aditya Sharma
International NGOs promoting peace
The People of Maidan – Ukraine
The Eurepean Parliament Explained by Christoph Schroeder, Luxembourg.
Opening ceremony – Mayor Ben Homan – Schengen, Luxembourg -June 18, 2014.