International Day of Peace – The Globalist’s Top 10 Features
Perspectives on peace over the past five centuries, from China to Nelson Mandela.
- September 21 is International Day of Peace.
- Europe’s Last Summer
By David Fromkin | How does pre-World War I Europe reflect current Western attitudes to international relations?
- The Daily Power of Women in Peace Building
By Patricia Smith Melton | How can women help in the peace-building process of a country?
- Nelson Mandela: 95 Years of Fighting for Peace
By The Globalist | Nelson Mandela (1918-2013): freedom fighter, political prisoner, President of South Africa, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
- A New “Credo” for Humankind
By The Globalist | How can we better approach the problem of world peace?
- From Bombs to Boom: Belfast Reborn
By Brian Beary | How has political reconciliation paved the way for Northern Ireland’s economic rejuvenation?
- China and the 500 Years’ Peace
By Giovanni Arrighi | How do Europe and China compare in the 18th and 19th centuries?
- War and Peace in Asia: There Are Always Choices
By Jean-Pierre Lehmann | China is becoming a global power. Can it break the bellicose pattern set by all previous rising global powers?
- The Congress of Vienna at 200
By Martin Hutchinson | The enduring legacy of the best peace conference of all time.
- Europe’s Nobel and the Sine Wave of War
By Martin Sieff | The European Union’s Nobel Peace Prize doen’t ensure peace in the future.
- Outside War: Syria’s Women and Children Carry On, Abroad
By The Globalist | Photo Gallery: Scenes of life in the world’s second largest refugee camp.