War and Peace


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War and Peace

Tolstoy masterwork of exceeding length. [Russ. Lit.: Benét, 1071]
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Now life is divided into labour and rest, war and peace; and of what we do the objects are partly necessary and useful, partly noble: and we should give the same preference to these that we do to the different parts of the soul and its actions, as war to procure peace; labour, rest; and the useful, the noble.
The diet possesses the general power of legislating for the empire; of making war and peace; contracting alliances; assessing quotas of troops and money; constructing fortresses; regulating coin; admitting new members; and subjecting disobedient members to the ban of the empire, by which the party is degraded from his sovereign rights and his possessions forfeited.
The powers relating to war and peace, armies and fleets, treaties and finance, with the other more considerable powers, are all vested in the existing Congress by the articles of Confederation.
In my last column War and Peace my thesis was that war and violence may be the nature of humankind.
Yet timidity is an unacceptable excuse for not weighing in on the twin issues of war and peace, which I believe will continue to be dominant this year-as they were last year-among our national and international concerns.
Hanitzsch (2004) makes comparison of war and peace journalism.
The cold war redefined war and peace. Peace may or may not have been naive (we were seeking out Communists as we were not seeking out al Qaeda), but did become a tense situation, a cold war.
The safer environment offers hope for the future, showing the children a choice between war and peace. In spite of dealing with the loss of her father when she was thirteen--he died a poor man's death from malaria--and an indigent family unable to provide even the most basic necessities, Sundari has chosen a more productive path here.
He addressed issues of war and peace from his church's pulpit, from the campuses of elite universities, and by invitation at political conferences across the country.
An update of Shannon's earlier work, the book offers a history of early Christianity's pacifist stance and the subsequent rise of the just war tradition before moving into a thorough and sweeping survey of recent and contemporary Catholic thought and teaching on issues of war and peace.
On other issues of war and peace, Kerry sounded similarly defensive and eager to portray himself as a hawk.
Building bridges is necessary in both war and peace, and as Annette Lanjouw brings out so well, there is much room for collaboration among relief, conservation, and development organizations which have methods, goals, and objectives in common.