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13 Nov, 2022 06:33

Warring for peace? Richard Rubenstein, Professor of Conflict Resolution & Public Affairs, George Mason University

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Most of us would agree that a bad peace is always better than a good war, although it may be just as heartless, if not more to the preservation of life and the nature of the human condition. But once a war begins and political moralizing exhausts itself, what factors need to be in place in order to end it, once and for all? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Richard Rubenstein, Professor of Conflict Resolution & Public Affairs, George Mason University.

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