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« Current Concerns», n° 31, 30 July 2012

The aim remains: swords to plow-shares

« The aim remains: swords to plow-shares An urgent about-turn » , by Fredrik S. Heffermehl / « The rebels and their supporters have lost the masks: terrorists instead of human rights activists » / « The collapsing US economy and the end of global dominance Europe is on the ropes and has no money with which to subsidize Washington’s wars of hegemony» by Paul Craig Roberts / «Rebuilding Iceland – modestly, but solidly », by André Anwar / «“The atrocities of war are the motivation for my commitment”», Interview with Nguyen van Rinh / « Immanuel Kant and international relations of modern times », by Professor Dr habil. Vyacheslav Dashichev / «“… fighting needn’t take place. That it ‘must’ take place is the most dangerous dogma of the belligerent misbelief.”»

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