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TFF Associates' articles
Since January 25, 2012, TFF has a new website and since then this site is an open archive of what was published 1997-2011
Welcome to the new website and Associates' Blog on the old address!
Johan Galtung, January 19, 2012
Davos: The 1% world
Jonathan Power, January 17, 2012
Taiwan is not going back to China
Richard Falk, January 15, 2012
Healing wounds: Seeking closure for the 1915 Armenian massacres
Johan Galtung, January 12, 2012
Where are we heading?
On history, social groups and fights...
Francis Boyle, January 11, 2012
Threatening and waging wars is a violation of international law. Both Iran and the U.S. do!
Jonathan Power, January 11, 2012
Muslim extremism in proportion
Farhang Jahanpour, January 7, 2012
As US and Iran confront each other, where is the diplomacy?
Stephen Zunes, January 7, 2012
The Iraq War - Remembering those responsible
Jonathan Power, January 7, 2012
The 10th anniversary of the Euro - the creation of the politically united Europe?
Richard Falk, January 6, 2012
Remembering the best and the worst of 2011
Biljana Vankovska, December 30, 2011
In defence of Love
See you a little into January 2012! The year when "new" TFF takes shape...
TFF's latest Newsletter
Giving you the new direction of our foundation - and much more.
Johan Galtung, December 28, 2011
Who was Jesus?
Jonathan Power, December 27, 2011
The US is off the mark in North Korea
Shastri Ramachandaran, December 27, 2011
India unwilling to be drawn into US-China conflicts
Stephen Zunes, December 20, 2011
Obama calls Israel aid opponents 'extreme'
Jonathan Power, December 20, 2011
War and crime is sharply down
Johan Galtung, December 20, 2011
Right wing extremism? Or Fascism?
Shastri Ramachandaran, December 20, 2011
India set to take lead on abolishing nukes
New Reader/Textbook in peace
Peace and Conflict Studies
Edited by Charles Webel and TFF Associate Jorgen Johansen
Theories, methodologies and approaches to understanding peace and transforming conflict.
Published on December 14, 2011
Jonathan Power, December 13, 2011
Islam - Nothing to fear but fear itself
Johan Galtung, December 13, 2011
Poor USA: What a Choice!
Richard Falk, December 12, 2011
Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal: Bush and Blair are guilty
Shastri Ramachandaran, December 10, 2011
Will China attack India again. And are we ready?
Arab revoluions and the power of nonviolent action
Terrifying blockage in nuclear disarmament
Three crisis, three ideas - North-South, Lift the Bottom Up and Human Development
Rosa Parks of today - or how to tame the financial monster
The Arab Revolt - What's next?
On (im)balance and credibility in America: Israel/Palestine
It feels like home...and other essays
Follow the writings of TFF's youngest Associate, global citizen with Indian-Iranian roots
Language, law and truth
On how presidental candidates endorse torture but calls it something else
The wisdom of E. F. Schumacher
Small Is Beautiful
Speaking upon receiving the Abdul Ghaffer Khan International Peace-Builder Award
Poetic reflections on two occupations
The search for happiness
Turkey's brilliant statecraft: The achievements of Ahmet Davutoglu
Iran threat reduction act actually enhances threat of war
Criminalizing diplomacy: Fanning the flames of the Iran war option
Kan USA stoppa Israel från att bomba Iran?
The bad in the good and the good in the bad
Iran's bomb will not be the last
Richard Falk and others
Occupy Movement: Two texts in solidarity
Global revolution after Tahrir Square
Rejecting neoliberalism, renewing the utopian imagination
Two occupations - reflections on the Occupy movement as Falk experienced it in London recently
Preparing for revolution - A Poem
Goldstone's views on Israel - Disappointing and perverse
The extreme costs of nuclear weapons
The world spends almost twice as much on nuclear weapons alone than it would cost to achieve the Global Millennium Goals!!
Libya - What should have been done instead of NATO bombings?
A 3-part analysis
UNESCO membership and Palestinian Self-Determintion
Libya - What Should Have Been Done?
A 3-part status with predictions after the first 6 months of yet another failed conflict-management. Please help spread it because the media will most likely ignore it.
Part I - Prologue: What We Should Have Learned By Now
Part II - What Should Have Been Done Before the NATO/US Decision to Bomb?
Status 6 Months Later and Some - Hopefully Wrong - Predictions
TFF Video Channel
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
The Myth of Nuclear Deterrence
Transcend Media Service
Nuclear abolition more important than non-proliferation - and why the Ballistic Missile Defence is offensive.
Towards a solution in the Middle East
Iranian-born Oxford scholar and TFF Associate talks about the conflict in the Middle East, dangers and opportunities. A must see!
Congressman (D) Dennis Kucinich & Johan Galtung - The Real New Network
The fall of the U.S. empire and the idea of a Department of Peace
Nuclear weapons and theology
Speaking to the World Future Council
Climate change, women and the need for a new economics
Aljazeera - Riz Khan
with Johan Galtung and UN mediator Alvaro de Soto
Richard Falk speaking at the Kant Foundation on Jeff Halper, awarded the Global Citizenship Prize, and on the conditions of a lasting peace in the Middle East
The necessity of global nuclear disarmament
The Amahoro Youth Club, AYC in Burundi - TFF Video Channel
Transcend Media Service
The collision of a French and a British nuclear submarine in the Atlantic in early February 9 and the inadequate media coverage
50 years with peace studies
50 Years With Peace Studies
A short looking back to when Galtung decided to dedicate his life to peace in 1951, the two tracks in his life; the 5 basic requirements he sees in peace research - and why he is both happy and not so happy with peace research today.
Can Japan become sovereign and peaceful?
Future world order
Galtung's "True Worlds" - As Told
Between Two Planes
International law and
the nature of security
International law and the nature of security - a talk before the U.S. war on Iraq
On the necessity of a nuclear-free world - and what the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is all about.
Media, war & Iraq - Jake Lynch
Jake Lynch - Part I of III
Conflict in media - Coalition of the Unwilling (I)
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