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Galtung's method of peace

CONFLICT RESOLUTION:: Johan Galtung turns 90 on UN Day on 24 October.

- We documented that we had everything in place for a Palestinian state

Palestine Annex: Salam Fayyad, former Prime Minister of Palestine, Ramallah 2014

A future Palestinian state can only be sustainable if it has a good relationship with Israel

Palestine Annex: Espen Barth Eide, former Foreign Minister, Jerusalem (2013)

Carpet fall for the American Empire

GEORGE FLOYD: At this moment, the fundamental question is: can the United States really be saved?

Arms exports: A shameful political theater

NRK Radioteatret: Made in Norway – For security and peace

WAR INDUSTRY: When the oil age is over, we can live off war – if we turn right. Drama series Made in Norway raises ethical issues for the Norwegian arms industry.

Black Ax is spreading fear all over the world

BLACK AX: The Nigerian mafia is spreading all over the world, also to Scandinavia.

Crises are good store

Baz Lecocq, Amy Niang: Identity societies and temps of crisis

AFRICA: Very many consultants and contract researchers have made good money on the crises in the belt that stretches across Africa. The Sahel has become important not only for Norway, but also for the EU and the USA.

Gaza is like mercury

GAZA: Can the proposed US solution with land redistribution and an expansion of the Gaza Strip end the conflict in the Middle East?

The Assad family's long-standing mask game

Sam Dagher: Assad or We Burn the Country

syria: The Assad family has ruled Syria since 1970. Sam Dagher's new book shows how the family has clung to power at all costs, exposing their cynical strategies and brutal acts of violence.

Norway must say no to contributing militarily in the Gulf of Persia

NO TO USA: The Anti-War Initiative asks the Government to say no to the request from the United States to contribute militarily to the crisis in the Persian Gulf.

The lost defender

Rachel Leah Jones, Philippe Bellaiche: Advocate

ISRAEL: For almost fifty years, Lea Tsemel has been at the forefront of the fight for justice and compassion for those who are lost and impossible to defend.