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THEME

Non-violence in Principle and Action

AUTHORS
Editorial: Ralph Summy

VOLUME NO.
21 [2]

PUBLICATION DATE
2002

ABSTRACT

This second issue of 2002 centres on the role of nonviolence in theory and practice. It looks at the rationale, viability and feasibility of nonviolence as an alternative to the violent values, structures and methods that permeate the ways most societies cope with conflict. It asks the ‘who, what, why and how’ questions when applying nonviolence to situations that individuals and nations are currently facing. And its answers point to some solutions. The topics examined include global capitalism, the terrorism of September 11, oppression in Burma, the limits of civil disobedience, the menace of war toys, understanding the whole Gandhi, a nonkilling formula for Korea, forgiveness as policy in Thailand, a peace experiment in Korea, and peacebuilding with nonviolence.

 

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