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Understanding the Global Economy

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International Peace Research Association IPRA 23rd General Conference: Calgary 2010

Patterns of Conflict, Paths to Peace

GPEC: Global Political Economy Commission sponsored several sessions at the 2004 IPRA Conference in Sopron, Hungary. One of the plenary sessions featured Heikki Patomaki and joint sessions with the Human Rights Commission and the Art and Peace Commission. The GPEC has an interactive group discussion about global political economy issues and solutions; planned the Calgary, Alberta Canada Conference in 2010 including a joint session with the Commission on Nonviolence on Gandhi Economics; works with the World Social Forum at Porto Alegre and co-sponsoring several panels there, through Azril Bacal who is both a member of CGPE and on the WSF organizing committee.

19th General Conference papers Seoul, Korea, 2002

Formation of the Atlantic economy and transfer of it into the global economy—by Professor John Moyibi Amoda—Director General, Lagos State University Centre for Development and Democratic Studies

War on Terrorism as Global Civil War—by Stein Temnessonl  

Yugoslavia: fragmentation and globalization—Ivan Ivekovic, Professor of Comparative Politics at American University in Cairo, Egypt. A paper as part of a wider project that analyzes contemporary geopolitical games in the Euro-Asian space. Ivan Ivekovic

Overcoming illusory division between nonviolence as a pragmatic strategy and a way of life—Chaiwat Satha-Anand, faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand Chaiwat Satha-Anand  

Howard Richards—co-chair of the Global Political Economy Commission of the International Peace Research Association—presented the following papers to the 20th Gen. Conference of the IPRA, Sopron, Hungary, July 2004. Addresses by Professor Richards to the conference:

Human rights after the era of Keynesian economics 
Art, human rights and peace: collaborative projects 

More research and analysis from other writers of peace through justice:

by Mohammad Jadallah, MD in Palestine:

Discussion of the Middle East Issues of Security and Justice

Israeli Human Rights Violations of Palestinians in occupied Palestine

The Effect of Globalization on Palestine: the Palestine Development Project

The Arab working group for a Muslim-Christian dialog

Christian-Muslim Dialogue: an Arab Muslim-Christian covenant 

Ethics Construction: doorway to a higher pragmatismHoward Richards:

Long downward phase of the Capitalist World Economy—by Heikki Patomaki

Political economy in Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh: Security of the Caucasus— by Hripsime Nalbandyan

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