- The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL)
- Arlington National Cemetery: A Monument Fashioned From Hallowed Ground
- The National Counterterrorism Center: What Is a Terrorist and How Do We Know Who They Are?
- The Monument for Victims of Hostile Acts: Honor Inscribed In Stone
- Monumental Expression: Dark Elegy and the Edification of Hope
- Connection to Tranquility: The Calgary Peace Bridge
- The Wall for Peace: A Parisian Wailing Wall
- From Russia With Tears: To the Struggle Against World Terrorism
- What Happened to H. R. 2982?
- Nothing More Than Nothing: The Weight of a Snowflake
- The USS Cole Memorial: “10/12 Happened Before 9/11”
- Service Above Self: The Rotary Club International
- Inquire, Learn, and Reflect: The May 4 Memorial of Kent State University
- Georg Zundel and the Concept of Peace Research
- Tribute in Light: A Heavenly-Reaching Luminesce
- Peace as a Duty: The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
- Pillars of Steel: The 7 July Memorial
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The Mid-East has a reputation for being a hotbed of terrorism, obviously due to a clash of three major religions that frequently makes the evening news. The State of Israel is no exception to this rule, having experienced acts … Continue reading
In the spring of 1970, the United States was a country sharply divided over the ongoing Vietnam War – and the friction many times showed up dramatically on college campuses in the form of protests. In the majority of cases, the … Continue reading