Ukraine Negotiations: No Fly Zone, Nukes, Neutrality, and Disarmament

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Ukraine Negotiations: No Fly Zone, Nukes, Neutrality, and Disarmament March 28 Common Dreams Article by Joseph Gerson Ukrainian and Russian lives will continue to be shattered until either a ceasefire or completion of successful negotiations are announced. Regardless of whether we agree with him or not, President Biden’s statements that Vladimir Putin cannot remain in power … Read more

EXPERTS DIALOGUE ON  NATO – RUSSIA RISK REDUCTION SEVEN RECOMMENDATIONS

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More than 70 leading international experts issued the following statement calling for seven urgent diplomatic steps to prevent a Ukraine/great power war and to lay the foundation for comprehensive Common Security diplomacy. Joseph Gerson “In December 2020, this group of senior Russian, American and European experts offered governments a set of recommendations on Russia-NATO risk … Read more

Historical Background and Common Security Approaches to Resolve the Ukraine-European Crisis

Historical Background and Common Security Approaches to Resolve the Ukraine-European Crisis Article by Joseph Gerson We have been bombarded by news reports and announcements from President Biden and Secretary of State Blinken that a Russian invasion of Ukraine is imminent. On January 18, as he prepared to leave for Kyiv, Berlin and Geneva, Secretary of … Read more

Japan: Washington’s Most Powerful China Containment Ally

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Japan: Washington’s Most Powerful China Containment Ally By Joseph Gerson  Written for the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy, this essay describes the centrality of the U.S.-Japanese military alliance throughout the Cold War and increasingly aggressive and dangerous 21st century campaigns to militarily contain. Contrary to popular misunderstandings, with pressure from the United States Japan has … Read more

Evening with Hiroshima Mayor Tad Akiba

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Evening with Hiroshima Mayor Tad Akiba As mayor, Tad highlighted the importance of the hibakusha, or A-bomb survivors, and he led the Mayors for Peace network as it greatly increased its presence and impacts around the globe. Tad served as Mayor of Hiroshima from 1999-2011. He earlier represented Hiroshima as a member of the Japanese Diet … Read more

August 26 Webinar with Mark Selden & Zhiqun Zhu

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The U.S. and China – Past, Present and Future: Conflict and Cooperation in U.S.-China Relations August 26 Webinar with Mark Selden & Zhiqun Zhu Register Here   Zhiqun Zhu, PhD, is Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Chair of Department of International Relations at Bucknell University, USA.  A noted scholar on Chinese foreign … Read more

Fall of Kabul

Fall of Kabul August 17, 2021 The fall of the government in Kabul was inevitable, and these last 20 years, with all of their death, suffering and wasted resources have been beyond tragedy. On September 11, 2001, we called together our initial meeting of what became United for Justice and Peace and called for a … Read more