- 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
Honor the Victims of Terrorism
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In reaction to the 911 attacks on New York City, President George W. Bush issued Presidential Executive Order 13354 on August 27, 2004, thereby creating the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). The precursor of this center was the Terrorist Threat … Continue reading
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