From Peace Magazine Vol.23, No.1: Jan-Mar 2007.
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The Lebanese, far from needing lessons on democracy and nonviolent change, are experienced at dealing with internal and external pressures on their social and political system. Both the anti-Syrian and pro-Syrian protests of March 2005 are part of a complex search for social peace in a troubled region.
From Peace Magazine Vol21, No.2: April-June 2005.
The story was a fairly simple one: the allegation that the March 1988 poison gas attack in the Kurdish city of Halabja – which killed an estimated 4,500, mostly Kurdish civilians – was not the work of Iraq, but rather of its then-enemy Iran. The source: the CIA’s former senior policy analyst for Iraq, Stephen Pelletière.
From Peace Magazine Vol.19, No.2: Apr-Jun 2003.