From the monthly archives: March 2022
Who arms War?
On March 3, 2022 By World Peace Foundation
Today, we are launching a new website that presents a series of interactive graphics, enabling our visitors to explore answers to the question, who arms war?
Based on Sam Perlo-Freeman’s research that was published as a report last year, “Business As Usual: How Major Weapons Exporters Arms the World’s Conflicts,” (World […]Continue Reading →
Tigray: The Destruction of Invaluable Agricultural Research
On March 1, 2022 By World Peace Foundation
In 1971, UNHCR published a poster with the banner, “Einstein was a refugee.” It wanted to remind Europeans and Americans that refugees brought more than “a bundle of belongings” to their new country. It also drew attention to what was lost when a government turned against its own people: priceless knowledge could be […]Continue Reading →
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