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|Nixon, Richard M. Violence is unnecessary and costly. Peace is the only way. - |
Nyerere, Julius Kambarge The world cannot continue to wage war like physical
giants and to seek peace like intellectual pygmies. - O'Connor, Basil When you
|Anthony Burgess “Opinions founded on prejudice are always sustained with the |
greatest violence.” - Hebrew Proverb “Love is stronger than violence.” - Herman
Hesse “Violence is unnecessary and costly. Peace is the only way.” - Julius ...
|At the same time, violence may prove necessary in some instances. It may be the |
only way for society to dislodge authoritarian rulers. Violence may convince
social and business elites that the costs of upheaval are too great to bear where
there is a reasonable ... Fang Lizhi in 1986 advocated peaceful protest, an
appeal which resounded deeply with a society tired of the violence unleashed by
the Party ...
|... and can no longer be accepted as a necessary cost of drawing attention to past |
violence inflicted on the community for which ... The second consequence is that
the claim made that terrorist violence is necessary because no other means are
... in processes of dialogue and discussion and seek peaceful means of
democratic reconciliation of the conflicts involved. ... a plausible claim that this is
the only way in which their past and continuing exclusion can be drawn to public
|It can only come as a prolonged and patient effort which must be made during |
peaceful times. ... No doubt the non-violent way is always the best, but where that
does not come naturally the violent way is both necessary and honorable.
Inaction here is rank cowardice and unmanly. It must be shunned at all cost.
Anand Sharma - 2007 - 320 pages
|Peace, Non-violence, and Empowerment Anand Sharma ... Although welfare |
payments by the state were sometimes necessary, they were no substitute for
work. ... The only way it could avoid this was either by colonising other societies
and turning them into captive markets or by encouraging ... most but questioned
I. William Zartman, Guy Olivier Faure - 2011 - 311 pages
|Only a lasting peace can justify incurring the potential costs of what is by |
definition a long-term strategy. ... success does not specify whether there has to
be a change in the terrorists' ultimate ends or solely in their means: forgoing
violence. ... involve destroying an enemy; but at other times, it may only be
necessary for the NTO to pledge to pursue its goal peacefully. ... the only way out
ofthe situation.8 Also, engagement gives the United States significant leverage
over both disputants, ...
|Characteristics of Force Used Chile's desire to demonstrate resolve but not |
escalate unnecessarily meant that it was unlikely ... already demobilized the
democratic opposition, the domestic costs of signaling military resolve to
Argentina were low. Chile's politico-military strategy required force to be actively
used only to repel an Argentine invasion of the country or seizure ... Argentina's
politico-military strategy provided for the use offorce in three ways: to coerce
Chile into broadening its ...
William I. Zartman, Victor Kremenyuk - 2005 - 360 pages
|They have never looked at ways of recreating a balance between alternatives so |
that the parties would find it more attractive to negotiate than not to. ... The more
they concede, however, the less viable and long—lasting a solution can be, for it
will appear too costly once ... The Cypriots negotiate because it is necessary,
because they have to, because it is their only way—as they do not have the
means of additional violence—t0 keep their problems on the international
Neil Arya, Joanna Santa Barbara - 2008 - 340 pages
|The organization makes its report public, challenging not only specific facts given |
in newspapers but the entire way the newspapers have ... the ongoing cost of the
Israeli–Palestinian conflict to both parties, is a remarkable example of the attempt
to redefine a violent conflict. ... This process is necessary not only to the building
of learning societies but also to the building of genuine, informed democracies.