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GRP, NDF Panels okays 3 of 5 substantive issues

Photo by Patmei RuivivarThe peace negotiations between the Philippine government and the National Democratic Front (NDF) got off to a good start Tuesday morning (Oslo time) as negotiators from both parties agreed on three of five substantive issues,...
by FilipiNews PH on Aug 23, 2016

If the CPP-NPA can’t make peace with Duterte, they can’t make peace with any president

“You can’t talk peace and have a gun.” – “Kaleidoscope World” by Francis Magalona (1964-2009) President Rodrigo Duterte announced a unilateral ceasefire with the Communist [read more]...
by The Filipino Scribe on Jul 29, 2016

Palace spinmeisters moving to save the damned

Well known in PR crisis that an issue lasts for two weeks tops. Everything after two weeks are all fluff. That explains why the next two weeks will just be for image or reputational recovery. Meaning, the image restorer has his hands full, filling th...
by New Philippine Revolution on Feb 7, 2015

Some Serious Solution Proposals to the Israel-Palestine Conflict – Pay Attention!

It’s just unconscionable how much time is spent analyzing and criticizing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and how little time is spent working on positive and productive solution possibilities. There are, of course, lots of solution proposals and...
by Peace and Conflict Politics on Dec 27, 2014

#NORWAY: The #US Has Asked Norway to Negotiate Between Israel and Hamas

[world politics news]Norwegian Foreign Minister Børge Brende...
by World Politics News on Aug 9, 2014

Join a live interview with Alan Dershowitz on Wizeo

Top lawyer and political commentator Alan Dershowitz to participate in crowdsourced interview on... Click the title to see the rest of the article.
by Israel Muse Portal (News) on May 28, 2014

Join a live interview with Alan Dershowitz on Wizeo

Top lawyer and political commentator Alan Dershowitz to participate in crowdsourced interview on... Click the title to see the rest of the article.
by Israel Muse Portal (News) on May 28, 2014

(BLOG) Join a live interview with Alan Dershowitz on Wizeo

Top lawyer and political commentator Alan Dershowitz to participate in crowdsourced interview on... Click the title to see the rest of the article.
by Israel Muse Portal (News) on May 28, 2014

#INDIA: Pakistan PM Sharif Attends Indian PM Nodi's Inauguration, Speaks of Peace

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by World Politics News on May 27, 2014

VATICAN CITY: Netanyahu, Abbas, Accept Pope's Invitation to Vatican to Discuss Peace

[world politics news]Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu both accepted a surprise invitation from Pope Francis to come to the Vatican to discuss the peace process he made during a trip to Bethle...
by World Politics News on May 26, 2014

At least 22 killed in blast at Pakistan market

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — At least 22 people were killed and more than 80 injured in an early morning blast here Wednesday in a fruit and vegetable market on the outskirts of the city, police and doctors said. Read full article >>...
by Eastasianews on Apr 9, 2014

Kerry Blames Israeli Settlements for Breakdown

An update in the NYT reports that Sec. of State John Kerry blamed the breakdown of the most recent attempt Mid-East peace talks on Israel’s announcement of new settlements in East Jerusalem. Notice how, though, as in almost all major media outl...
by Sparking the Left on Apr 8, 2014

Who’s More Invested: Palestine, Israel, or Kerry?

A good piece in The Guardian by Peter Beaumont argues that the United States, and Secy. of State John Kerry, specifically, is more invested and engaged with Mid-East peace talks than either Netanyahu or Abbas. Beaumont’s analysis seems to be ap...
by Sparking the Left on Apr 2, 2014

Mid-East Talks Cancelled

Sec. of State John Kerry’s talks with the Palestinian Authorities Pres. Mahmoud Abbas were cancelled earlier today by Abbas, or by both. We do not exactly know. The reason for the cancellation was that Abbas and the Palestinian Authority have m...
by Sparking the Left on Apr 1, 2014

Tiamzon couple's arrest may lead to a resumption of peace talks?

The arrest of the Tiamzon couple is described by President Aquino as a "big blow" to the CPP-NPA-NDF. For nearly two decades already, the Tiamzons, specifically Benito and his common-law wife, Wilma Austria have managed to control the levers of power...
by New Philippine Revolution on Mar 25, 2014

Political Rundown – Education, Felons, and Crimes Against Humanity

America’s largest teacher’s union is calling the implementation of the Common Core (which it originally supported) “botched” and some states are poised to pull it in the future. If you’re interested in education policy,...
by The Book Whee on Feb 20, 2014

Remembering Syria and Syrians Before the Civil War

Last weekend, following a three-day ceasefire agreement reached during the Syria peace talks in Geneva the previous week, the UN evacuated some 700 Syrians from Homs’ old quarter, a rebel-held area besieged by Syrian government forces for some...
by grantourismo on Feb 12, 2014

Political Rundown – Cheating Scandals and Peace Talks

United States 34 U.S. nuclear missile launch officers were caught cheating on monthly refresher tests. And what’s more is that this was discovered during a drug investigation. In what is believed to be the largest breach of integrity in the nu...
by The Book Whee on Jan 22, 2014

Does Netanyahu Really Believe This?

The crazy thing about this speech by Israel PM Netanyahu is that the Iraeli right-wingers and Netanyahu himself may actually subscribe to this reasoning. If so, the upcoming peace talks are already a disaster. Read Here. //...
by Sparking the Left on Oct 7, 2013

GPH-MILF peace nego not just for one group, but for entire Bangsamoro

Kuala Lumpur – Government of the Philippines (GPH) peace panel member Mehol Sadain on Tuesday stressed that the issues being put on the negotiating table with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) does not only cater to one group, but to all Mor...
by The News Around Us on Sep 19, 2013


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