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Rich Rubenstein discusses “Reasons To Kill”


Rich Rubenstein Understanding “Islamophobia”


Reasons to Kill: Why Americans Choose War
What makes Americans fight? Why do the professed first citizen of the free world so often accept armed conflict as a political measure, and how do we justify those choices to ourselves? When is war the right…
Conflict Resolution and Power Politics/ Global Conflict After the Cold War:Two Lectures
The two public lectures contained in this working paper were presented by Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution faculty member Richard E. Rubenstein at the University of Malta. “Conflict Resolution and Political Power” was…
On Taking Sides: Lessons of the Persian Gulf War
Immediately following the invasion of Kuwait by Iraqi troops in August 1990, many scholars and practitioners in the field of conflict resolution went on record opposing military action by United States or United Nations forces to liberate Kuwait…
Group Violence in America
“Group Violence in America: The Fire Next Time?” is the second working paper of the Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.
Challenging Huntington
Samuel Huntington’s theory on how to craft a new paradigm capable of revealing the principal sources of conflict and collaboration in a rapidly changing international system is criticized. It is argued that destructive conflict between identity…
Alchemists of Revolution: Terrorism in the Modern World
In a calm, level-headed analysis, Rubenstein offers a powerful rebuttal to many assumptions about terrorism. He maintains that terrorist acts are often the responses of frustrated people to American-sponsored oppression that is intended to…
Aristotle’s Children: How Christians, Muslims, and Jews Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and…
Europe was in the long slumber of the Middle Ages, the Roman Empire was in tatters, and the Greek language was all but forgotten, until a group of twelfth-century scholars rediscovered and translated the works of Aristotle. His ideas spread like…
Comrade Valentine: The True Story of Azef the Spy — the Most Dangerous Man in Russia at the Time…
Readers opening the New York Times on the morning of February 7, 1909, saw the headline: Police and Reds Both Hunt Azeff. “Where is Azeff?” the report began. “Who will get to him first? Who will be his executioner, the Russian…
Left turn: Origins of the next American Revolution
Thus Saith the Lord: The Revolutionary Moral Vision of Isaiah and Jeremiah
In ancient Judea, Jeremiah and Isaiah advised kings and priests and watched the great armies of the ancient Near East sweep across the desert, threatening and overtaking their tiny country with its burgeoning faith. Across centuries a new view…
When Jesus Became God: The Struggle to Define Christianity during the Last Days of Rome
The story of Jesus is well known, as is the story of Christian persecutions during the Roman Empire. The history of fervent debate, civil strife, and bloody riots within the Christian community as it was coming into being, however, is a side of…

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