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Bussboys and Poets

Richard E. Rubenstein
discusses and signs his new book,
Reasons To Kill
Thursday, October 7, 2010
7 PM
4251 South Campbell Ave., Arlington, VA 22206

Mason’s Distinguished Faculty Honored

President Alan Merten and Provost Peters Stearns honored the university’s most distinguished faculty — endowed chairs, Clarence J. Robinson Professors, Distinguished Service Professors and University Professors — at a reception held in the Mason Hall Alumni Atrium on Wednesday,

Joan Orgon Coolidge – Toward a Just Peace: James H. Laue’s Theory of Applied Practice

This dissertation explores James H. Laue’s approach to conflict resolution by examining his applied theory of third-party intervention. A scholar/practitioner of both theory and practice from the early 1960s to the early 1990s, Laue’s contributions to building the field of conflict

Stella Ekwachi-Ford – The Role of Third Party Incentives in Hurting Stalemate: a critique of ripeness theory

Dissertation Committee: Richard Rubenstein, J.D., ICAR (Chair) Christopher R. Mitchell, Ph.D., ICAR Dean Pruitt, Ph.D. ICARContact: Erica Soren,

Idil P. Izmirli – Autonomy or Integration? The Dynamics of Crimean Tatar Return and Its Implications for Regional Security in Post-Soviet Eurasia

The eruption of highly contagious, violent conflicts, including the August 2008 war in South Ossetia, necessitates urgency in monitoring events in post-Soviet Eurasia in terms of regional and international security as well as for conflict prevention and preventive diplomacy. Ukraine’s

Robin Ericson – Bridging Solutions to the Religion and Science Conflict over Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research
The religion and science conflict over human embryonic stem cell (hESC) research carries high stakes:  should embryos be protected as potential human life or should they be studied as possible cures for debilitating diseases?  With the current technology, we cannot simultaneously

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Bruce Dickson September 14, 2014 at 5:44 am

Hi enjoyed you on Ian masters. NVC? Also get on Richard Wolff’s weekly radio

Richard Wolff’s weekly Economic Update is here:
Richard, I also hard in your talk with Ian this: Even if you kill all the terrorists, democracy does not magically appear.

Maybe you can work that into an article title or interview topic.

I also encourage you to listen to Marshall Rosenberg’s stories of actual-real progress he made with warring African tribes using Nonviolent Communication (NVC)


To find NVC activity local to you, check out or for national telecalls.


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