In this landmark book, William Ury-- best-selling author and director of the Project on Preventing War at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School-- and a stellar panel of experts from several scientific disciplines debunk the ...
Author: William L. Ury
Category: Business & Economics
In this landmark book, William Ury-- best-selling author and director of the Project on Preventing War at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School-- and a stellar panel of experts from several scientific disciplines debunk the commonly held notion that violence is a predictable part of the human condition and outline an innovative paradigm for preventing violent confrontations. Must We Fight? presents compelling new research and insights into human nature which clearly demonstrate that humankind is not doomed to continue the seemingly endless cycle of violent conflict. With intelligence and sensitivity, Ury describes a brilliant program for personal and community empowerment called The Third Side. As he explains, in most conflicts between two parties there is actually a third entity-the community in which the combatants, and their dispute, are embedded. The Third Side is a proven model for ending conflict that shows how to mobilize communities to stop and, in some cases, prevent individual and group violence.
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Author: Walter B. Pitkin
Publisher: Palala Press
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We stand at the cusp of a major spiritual awakening in our land, and this is no time for surrender. No, this day we fight!
Author: Francis Frangipane
Publisher: Chosen Books
Author Francis Frangipane tells us that the call of God is a call to war. An enemy lurks at our gates, and one of his first lines of attack is often a spirit of heaviness, which causes Christians to become passive. As a result, they do not pray with authority against the enemy, rendering themselves defenseless in the unfolding battle. Backed by experience and delivered with passion, Frangipane's timeless message equips believers to receive a fresh anointing from the Holy Spirit--an anointing that will activate the "war mode" in their hearts. We stand at the cusp of a major spiritual awakening in our land, and this is no time for surrender. No, this day we fight!
"These papers arose from a conference on just war theory held at the University of Sheffield in August 2010."--Acknowledgements.
Author: Helen Frowe
Publisher: Oxford University Press
How We Fight: Ethics in War contains ten groundbreaking essays by some of the leading philosophers of war. The essays offer new perspectives on key debates including pacifism, punitive justifications for war, the distribution of risk between combatants and non-combatants, the structure of 'just war theory', and bases of individual liability in war.
Author: John A-NOAKS (pseud., and A-STILES (Tom) pseud.)Publish On: 1711
What must we Fight then , Sérjeant ? Last : Ay , ay , Fight , we must all Fight : : 2
Sold . But , pray Mr. Serjeant , what must we Fight for ? Laft . Fight for Honour
Man , as I do .--If this Trade continue much longer , I don't question , but by my
Author: John A-NOAKS (pseud., and A-STILES (Tom) pseud.)
To remind us of what the will to win looks like, Dr. Gorka intersperses the stories of four American heroes—Stephen Decatur, Chesty Puller, “Red” McDaniel, and a warrior who never took up arms, Whittaker Chambers—men who believed in ...
Author: Sebastian Gorka
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Political Science
"Sebastian Gorka was [President Trump's] strategist. Dr. Gorka knows Donald Trump and the threats we face. Buy and read Why We Fight to find how we win and what it means to be an American hero." — RUSH LIMBAUGH WAR. It will happen again. We must be ready. Sober words from Dr. Sebastian Gorka, a man who has made the unvarnished truth his specialty. And there’s one eternal truth that Americans are in danger of forgetting: the most important weapon in any geopolitical conflict is the will to win. And we must win. In this powerful manifesto, Dr. Gorka explains the basic principles that have guided strategists since Sun Tzu penned The Art of War in the sixth century B.C. To defeat your enemy, you must know him. But that’s the last thing liberal elites are interested in. Willful ignorance about our adversary—whether it’s Russia, China, or the global jihadi movement—has been crippling. Tearing off America’s politically correct blindfold, Dr. Gorka clarifies who our foes are and what makes them tick. An eight-year vacation from geopolitical reality under Obama left our country dangerously weakened. Dr. Gorka addresses the pressing questions we face as we rebuild under President Trump’s leadership: - What are the most serious threats to American security? - How are they different from the threats of the past? - What can we do to counter these threats? - How can we achieve the “perfect victory” of vanquishing our enemies without mortal combat? All the money and weapons in the world cannot substitute for the will to fight for our precious country and what she represents. To remind us of what the will to win looks like, Dr. Gorka intersperses the stories of four American heroes—Stephen Decatur, Chesty Puller, “Red” McDaniel, and a warrior who never took up arms, Whittaker Chambers—men who believed in their country and put everything on the line for her.
If you want to successfully enforce anti-corruption law, you must ensure that you
are exemplary so that you will not be ... I have been very much in the forefront in
the fight against corruption, but I also have to protect those who require to go ...
The official records of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, the House of Representatives of the Government of Kenya and the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the JudiciaryPublish On: 1939
And so in justice to ourselves as well as others , if at any moment parallel action
with any nation be the way of preventing our having to fight eventually , or waging
any war we may have to fight at a minimum cost , it seems we should not strew ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
Category: Constitutional law
Considers legislation to require a national referendum before entrance into a foreign war.
hapfight with hatred , of courful , patients in order to win souls and overthrow the we have not , neither will we have , any kingdom of ... Tear the scales from their
eyes ; We must fight in conscious co - operation pour floods of light on their minds
Author: United States. Committee on Public InformationPublish On: 1917
Do. JVe. Fight. Germany. V. War Department's Instructions to Ordnance Officers
taju 14 NON 1. SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR LANE delivered the following
address on " Why do we fight Germany " before the Home Club of the Interior ...
Author: United States. Committee on Public Information
Well , Tommy Titmouse , go into a fight with anybody I must know where did you
come from ? ' ' said the little what it ' s all about . ... answered Ben , the chief of the
young “ What shall we fight about ? " asked bullies . “ Only he ' s a stuck up from ...
Least of all had they any such ground of complaint against ' honest Abe ' ; for it
was , indeed , in justification of the course adopted by the Whigs in 1810 , that he
declared , “ We have been whipped long enough ; we must fight the Devil with
When we are now ready and armed round about , so that our enemy cannot hurt us , then we must have a sword in our hands to fight withal , and to overcome our
ghostly enemy . What manner of sword is this ? Marry , it is God ' s word ; it is a ...
Then sware Lord Thomas Howard : " ' Fore God I am no coward ; But I cannot
meet them here , for my ships are out of gear , And the half my men are sick . I
must fly , but follow quick . We are six ships of the line ; can we fight with fifty -
It is a solemn question ; are we willing to face it , or do we shrink ? Ah , how often
we turn aside from the truth ... this truth is to enter on the good land indeed .
Before , we fought , and looked for failure ; now we fight still , must fight to the end
Author: Great Britain. Public Record OfficePublish On: 1870
Knows without they talk together there will be much slaughter about it , for the
Dutch are all double manned from the castle , and must fight it out as Davye has
proved already , " for they did shoot at me twice before I began , although I was in
The terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 and the war in Afghanistan that followed have presented situations never before encountered by the United States in armed conflict and have changed some of the ways in which the U.S. conducts ...
The terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 and the war in Afghanistan that followed have presented situations never before encountered by the United States in armed conflict and have changed some of the ways in which the U.S. conducts warfare. The Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC) has not kept up with those changes. As a result, the U.S. must examine whether the application of the LOAC is still relevant to how we fight wars and against whom we fighting in the twenty-first century, and make necessary adjustments so that operational commanders will have a framework to use in warfare that is current and relevant to helping them maintain superiority on the battlefield. This paper points to some of what has changed on the battlefield with regard to U.S., coalition and enemy forces since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. It discusses what issues those changes have created, and where the LOAC needs changes, suggests changes designed to make the LOAC more relevant to how the U.S. fights wars in order to provide operational commanders with an improved framework to use in armed conflicts. This paper also addresses the point that not as much has changed as one might think and that the LOAC will remain basically intact.
We ' ll ocure to the seamen to quit the poop . cupy the half - hour that must pass ,
before When they were alone , he turned to his his hull shall rise , in ... Then
comes “ I have confidence , sir ; and , where a another question : Shall we fight
should have reported yourself at least a week ago? and that you are liable to
arrest for breaking your leave? I recognized you, and followed you here to ... He
thought he had not. , "When shall we fight?" he said, in reply. "At once, if you