I thank George Kennedy who wrote “Heartland Global Action to Prevent War takes positive steps for peace” and J. Karl Miller who wrote “A strong national defense is best deterrent to war” for sharing their perspectives on war and peace. These are thoughtful contributions to the ongoing national debate over the lessons of the quagmire in Iraq for U.S. foreign policy. They raise questions at the heart of our economic and political survival as individuals, societies, nations and states.
Global Action to Prevent War seeks alternatives to force and fosters negotiation
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