Dialogue of civilizations: a new peace agenda for a new millennium
I.B. Tauris, Oct 4, 2002 - History - 301 pages
This innovative book brings together Hindu, Buddhist, Confucian, Christian, Islamic, indigenous, and secular humanist perspectives on their individual peace agendas, offering concrete policy proposals to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Contributors address major issues, such as the nature of religious conflict, non-violent economies, indigenous rights, the principles of peace pedagogy, and the dynamics of the US-China-Russia diplomacy triangle.
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