Thinking global, living local: Voices in a globalized world

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  • Is there such thing as a dove nation?

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    Slovaks like to call themselves a dove nation – simply because some people tend to think that doves (and dolphins too) are peaceful beings. It doesn’t mean that we refuse to fight, just that we usually do not attack first, at least not alone. With our partners, however, we do […]

  • War & Peace – a conversation with Masha Egupova

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    From Masha: Hey Tom, Interesting take on the war issue. I might disagree with you on several points as I see it in a different gender perspective. I believe that war is a man made thing. It is very unfortunate that English language does not really differentiate between man as a male […]

  • War & Peace – a conversation with Yohana de Andrade

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    From Yohana: Hey Tom! I’ve been thinking about your email all day. As I strongly disagree with you, I tried to understand your point of view. Maybe because I live in a country that doesn’t get involved in wars as much as United States (or other countries) do, I simply don’t get […]

  • War & Peace – a conversation with Rabab Khan

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    From Rabab: Thanks Tom. Your email reminded me of this: “Is it for faith to deliver peace, when on all sides inequity thrives for it shall indeed thrive, when the blessed walk past blissfully blind, content in their own moral purity, in the peace filling their souls? Oh, you might […]