Posts by: World Peace Foundation

In this video, [ 2.30 mins.] Vijay Prashad, journalist, historian and director of Tricontinental Institute for Social Research, discusses the flow of weapons from ‘friends’ to ‘enemies’ across today’s war zones. [Produced by World Peace Foundation with Corruption Watch, original footage produced for Shadow World]

Learn more about WPF’s project on corruption and the global arms trade, […]

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Interviewed published on the Newshour’s website on March 3, 2018. South Sudan and Yemen are at the brink of a severe food crisis, with over 400,000 malnourished children in Yemen, the United Nations estimates. Alex de Waal, a professor at the Tufts Fletcher School who spent years in the Horn of Africa, talks to […]

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Our January 2018 employee of the month is Israel, which rose above other potential honorees on the back of key recent incidents that punctuate the injustice of the ongoing occupation of Palestinian lands and highlight the utter failure of international state actors to effectively mediate a solution. As background, it is worth recalling that Israel […]

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special edition of the journal Disasters (2018, 42(1)) on ‘Gender, sexuality and violence in humanitarian crises,’  includes essays by several authors with WPF connections: edited by Holly Porter, who we brought to Fletcher last semester, it includes contributions by Roxanne Krystalli and Allyson Hawkins, both former WPF Research Assistants, and Rebecca Tapscott, who worked […]

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We would like to extend the wish, “less of armament and none of war,” to our entire community of friends, colleagues and fellow advocates for peace.

We have almost arrived, with many new reasons to engage our work, at the end of 2017.What a year it has been!

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It was only a matter of time before the Saudi ruling family earned the honor of the WPF “employee[s] of the month.” The Saudis regularly inspire us in our work: their support of Wahhabism worldwide, premier role as recipients of bribes in the global arms trade, and their general conduct of the war in […]

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