Peace Essays

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Democratic Peace Theory

After World War II, a known characteristic of affluent, liberal, democratic states is that they tend to not not engage in war with one another. The democratic peace theory attributes to this tendency to democracy itself, claiming that it is a key peacekeeper due to the obligatory culture of democracy to cooperate with the regime, […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1631 Topics: Capitalism, Democracy, Economy, Free Trade, Peace, Policy, Trade, War

Realism as an Ideology

A realist believes in an anarchic world order with power and war at its centrality. Realism as an ideology is most prominently followed by India and Pakistan. They have tried to achieve temporary peace through treaties, CBMs and agreements. When Cold war ended it was believed that it will lead towards a peaceful South-Asia and […]

Pages: 2 Words: 497 Topics: Foreign Policy, International Relations, Mahatma Gandhi, Peace, Violence
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Don Miguel Angel Ruiz

Introduction The choice of my topic is Miguel Ruiz, a man whose work is known to have contributed to peacemaking around the globe with teachings based on the Toltec traditions. The reason why I chose this particular work is that the lessons are general to any audience and rich in wisdom. Ruizs integration of dance […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1846 Topics: Happiness, Knowledge, Love, Peace, Truth, Wisdom

Woodrow Wilson and his Contested Internationalism

Few presidents have had to face such a monumental and formative event during their term such as Woodrow Wilson had to with World War I. In the decades before Wilson’s election, the United States faced unprecedented internal growth, largely due to advancements in technology and infrastructure: “the U.S population tripled. The value of manufacturing became […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1487 Topics: China, Democracy, International Relations, Mexico, Nationalism, Peace, Policy, United States, War

Gandhi: a very Short Introduction

Gandhi: A Very Short Introduction is a work that is truly inspiring, and I believe that it was written for many reasons. Bhikhu Perekh can summarize the impact that Gandhi had on the Indian Nation. This would include the time before his assassination as well as the time after. The author is also able to […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1009 Topics: Mahatma Gandhi, Peace, Poverty, Social Issues, Violence

Music Invokes Societal Change

“The societal issues of hunger, wellbeing, peace, and equality have been fundamental to the world since the inception of humanity. Although events such as the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro and the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development have offered possible solutions to invoke positive change in these areas, countries have failed to […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2169 Topics: Mahatma Gandhi, Peace, Research, Social Media, Sustainability, Sustainable Development Goals, Violence

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and his Activity

Peace is one of the universal values humankinds have failed to grasp adequately. Because of this, there are still conflicts in almost every area, and individuals prefer means of offense with violence, instead of listening to the opinions or creating an intellectual common ground. Our lacking empathy and universal values have become more obvious with […]

Pages: 3 Words: 953 Topics: Leadership, Mahatma Gandhi, Peace

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