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Nonviolent Change Journal helps to network the peace community: providing dialoguing, exchanges of ideas, articles, reviews, reports and announcements of the activities of peace related groups and meetings, reviews of world developments relating to nonviolent change and resource information concerning the development of human relations on the basis of mutual respect.



Vol. XXI, No.1                                                   Fall, 2006


Table of Contents



Editor's Comments



What Are You Up To?





Kamran Mofid, "Terrorism or Dialogue and Justice? War is not the Answer"


Fall 2206 Letter from Search for Common Ground President John Marks


Excerpts from, "We shall all lose", Adam Keller's diary report, a day after the  Jerusalem rally, August 6, 2006


Neil Wollman and Daniel Jordan, "The Illogic of Iraq”


Alon Ben-Meir, "In Defiance of Mr. Bush"


Alon Ben-Meir, "Deadly Illusions"


Alon Ben-Meir, "Futile Debate"


Alon Ben-Meir, "Back to Step One"


Christian Saade, Bold Steps For Peace Will Pay Off


Marc Gopin,  Lebanon for the Golanī


Ron Pundak, The Syrian Option: There Is Someone to Talk to


Forward Editorial, "Farewell to Dreams "


Daoud Kuttab, "The need For a Referendum"


Anna Mahjar -Barducci, "Turning Abbas into a missed opportunity"


Daniel Seidemann, "Beware of imitations"


Jeremy Bowen , "Why dreams must die if peace is to come"





International Crisis Group report #57 Israel/Palestine/Lebanon: Climbing Out of the Abyss


Frank Caudlele,  Neva Shalom/What al-Salam: The Israeli-Arab Community


That Is Making the Impossible Possible


Claude Salhani, "Who Stands to Profit from the Middle East War?"


HRH Prince Hassan bin Talal,Let the Voice of Moderation Speak


Naomi Chazan, " Anarchy's consequences"


Paul Scham, "Israel reaching towards wrong address"


Am Johal, "Beautiful Madness"


Benjamin Pogrund, "Contact Across the Lines - An Article of Faith"


Ghassan Rubeiz, "Palestinians Need to Stop Perceiving Victory in Failure"



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Upcoming Events



World Developments


Media Notes





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