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    Presidential Medal of Freedom

    President Bush presented the nation’s highest civilian award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, to honor 14 individuals for an especially meritorious contribution to the security or…

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    After Words with Kofi Annan

    The former U.N.Secretary-General recounts his time at the head of the international organization. He discusses his tenure and subsequent work in international relations with BBC America’s…

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    Failed States Index

    Susan Glasser discussed the anatomy and consequences of failed states, or countries that are unable to maintain a stable, sovereign government. Failed states bring consequences from a…

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    After Words with Jay Nordlinger

    Mr. Nordlinger presents the history of one of the world’s best known and most prestigious awards, the Nobel Peace Prize. In it, he shines a spotlight on Alfred Nobel, the prize’s founder,…

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    Martin Luther King Memorial Foundation Dinner, Part 2

    The Martin Luther King National Memorial Foundation held a celebration dinner in anticipation of the August 28, 2011, unveiling of the memorial to Reverend King on the National Mall. Part…

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    Will War Ever End?

    Paul Chappell talked to students at American University about war and human nature. The class, which focuses on nonviolence, is the creation of Center for Teaching Peace founder and former…

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    All of One Peace: Essays on Non-Violence

    Mr. McCarthy spoke about his new book All of One Peace: Essays on Non-Violence which outlines his views on being a pacifist in a military society. The book includes several “massacres” including the Persian Gulf…

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    Endless War

    Ralph Peters talks about his latest collection of articles on such subjects as the U.S. wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the problems in the Middle East, and U.S.-Russia relations. He spoke in…

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    Role of Women in Peace Building

    Jacqueline O’Neill talked about the role women play in peace building and security efforts in Muslim countries. She talked about the conference on Afghanistan in London earlier in the week and…

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    President Obama and the Nobel Peace Prize

    Paul Williams talked about the history and politics behind the Nobel Peace Prize. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.

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    Presidential Remarks on Nobel Peace Prize

    President Obama spoke about winning the Nobel Peace Prize. He said he was both surprised and humbled by the award and characterized the prize as an “affirmation of aspirations held by people of…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for comments on President Obama winning the Nobel Peace Prize.

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    Strategy for Sudan

    Witness testified on how to best promote both peace and justice in Darfur and support implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). The CPA is a peace treaty between North and…

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    Q&A with Colman McCarthy

    Colman McCarthy talked about his career and experiences in education and teaching peace. He teaches peace studies at colleges and high schools in the Washington, D.C., area including Georgetown…

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    Situation in Sudan

    A panel discussion was held on the continuation of violence in Sudan and violations of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) by the National Congress Party. The CPA, signed on January 9, 2005,…

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    Former President Carter News Conference

    Earlier today former President Carter received the Ridenhour Courage Prize from the Nation Institute. Later the former president talked with reporters about the Middle East peace process. He answered…

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    U.S. Policy Toward Iraq

    Mr. Reppenhagen talked about the Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER) rally in which he will participate later today. He served as a scout sniper during February 2004 to 2005 in…

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    Iraq Study Group Report

    Rep. Frank Wolf talked about the Iraq Study Group’s report and the War in Iraq. He answered questions from viewers. Rep. Wolf proposed the idea of a bipartisan group to take a fresh look at…

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    Defense Policy Issues

    Representatives Duncan Hunter and Ike Skelton talked to reporters about the status of Iraq’s military reconstruction.

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    Situation in Darfur

    Special envoy to Sudan Andrew Natsios briefed reporters about the current political situation in Darfur, Sudan. He focused on the challenges that face the continued peacekeeping operation…

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