International Peacemaking and the Anti-War Movement

Johnson, Mark C.
November 2010
Political Theology;Nov2010, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p641
Academic Journal
The author discusses the condition of the peacemaking and anti-war movement in the international community. He argues that the international peace-building movement is alive with the logistical capacity to respond to global issues in disputed environments and across broad cultural ranges. The author is critical on the way the peace movement is responding to the challenges confronting it.


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