Wanted: Peace in South East Nigeria

By Ossy Ekwueme Pericles, a prominent and influential Greek statesman, orator and general of Athens during its golden age once said: “just because you don’t take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take interest in you.” Pericles’ words uttered between 495-429 B.C. are still relevant today especially among…

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Words of Leaders Matter!!!

By Christabel Unuobe Two years ago, the world watched with horror a display of hate and white supremacy in Charlottesville. Until then, such gory display of Nazi-style evil would have been unthinkable in a modern and civilized society like the United States. With the 2016 presidential election however, these groups…

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Issues in Cultural Diplomacy: The Changing Communications Paradigm between the U.S. and Muslim World.

By Drissa Kone Faculty, Unification Theological Seminary, New York Abstract: Conflict resolution professionals and diplomats in the 21st century continues to face significant challenges arising from a clash of cultures.  On the global level, one of the most terrific cultural clashes in the 21st century was the 9/11 terrorist attacks.…

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