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DUREZA: President to issue EO to hasten Bangsamoro Basic Law          


Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza stressed President Rodrigo Duterte is ready to issue an executive order for the passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) if Congress fails to accomplish it.

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Taliban leader approved Islamabad meeting on Afghan peace talks

FILE PHOTO – Taliban new leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada is seen in an undated photograph, posted on a Taliban twitter feed on May 25, 2016, and identified separately by several Taliban officials, who declined be named. 682 more words

Communication on Two State Solution

Makan: I told Israel don’t build those settlements they are not good enough. We had a briefing explaining all of these settlements in west bank will be left behind for Palestinians. 318 more words


North Korea Update 1/11/18

By: Noah Paiva

North Korea has recently decided to make peaceful and negotiable talks with South Korea. North Korea for the first time in many years has broached the subject of allowing North Korean athletes to compete in the Olympics, taking place in South Korea. 223 more words

Tiger Zinda Hai may look unrealistic but it has an universal message

Before everyone starts hating me and calling me names based on title,hear my opinion.As a lot of people may have heard of this year’s Bollywood blockbuster Tiger Zinda Hai.It is based on  abduction of nurses by ISIS,though the movie is unrealistic and it is highly impossible to happen but the makers are trying to give a message of peace and love,yes RAW and ISI may never work together and there may be many political differences and then there are ceasefire violations and many more indifferences among the 2 nations but is hating Pakistan the soution,yes there are certain things which pakistan needs to change but then again pakistan is in hands of certain people who are destroying the nation,even though personally i did not like the movie but the message of peace and love is something which is appreciable

Auckland Philippines Solidarity in 2017: A Retrospect

2017 marked a tense year in the Philippines.  Extrajudicial killings, mostly of urban poor, continued as part of the Duterte Administration’s war on drugs.  Following the end of the ceasefire between the Government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines in February, Duterte encouraged the military to “flatten the hills”, where rebels were present, without regard for civilian casualties.  886 more words

Peace isn't profitable

Another round of UN-sponsored peace talks aimed at a political settlement to the war in Syria ended in typical fashion:

  1. Opposition says “we won’t talk about anything else until you agree that Assad steps down, immediately.”
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