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The WPF has been honored to have Jim Shannon as a WPF Board Member since 1995. His term will finish in early 2019, and we thank him for his insights and commitment over the years.

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The WPF has been honored to have Tom O’Reilly as a WPF Board Member since 1998. His term will finish in early 2019, and we thank him for his insights and commitment over the years.

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The WPF has been honored to have Philip Khoury as a WPF Board Member since 1999. His term will finish in early 2019, and we thank him for his insights and commitment over the years.

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There are plenty of absurdities one can point to and laugh at, and more one can deride with horror, about the Trump-Kim summit on June 12th. The extraordinary spectacle of Trump going from threatening “fire and fury” and boasting about the size of his nuclear button, to praising “Little Rocket Man” as “very talented”, and […]

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I was supposed to be giving a presentation on this subject as part of a panel organized by Economists for Peace and Security at the American Economic Association conference in Philadelphia last Saturday. Winter Storm Grayson put paid to that plan, so instead I thought I’d write about it here.

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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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