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U.S. needs to back African efforts

A Letter from the Director

Dereje Wordofa, AFSC Regional Director for Africa

Dereje Wordofa, AFSC Regional Director for Africa

By Dereje Wordofa, regional director of Africa for the American Friends Service Committee

Toward a just foreign policy

What would a just foreign policy look like? In this keynote address to Nebraskans for Peace, Kathleen McQuillen, AFSC Iowa Program Coordinator, explains why human rights at home and around the world must be our base.

Statement in response to U.S. simulated nuclear attacks on North Korea and cyber attacks in North and South Korea

Another round of military actions and escalations by all parties on the Korean peninsula are now underway, including repeated simulated U.S. nuclear attacks against North Korea by B-2 and B-52 bombers in the midst of ongoing U.S.-South Korean war games. We call for an end to such provocative actions and a concerted effort to de-escalate and resolve the longstanding regional conflict that has taken a deep, generations-long toll on the region.

The Unilateralist Temptation in American Foreign Policy

Tuesday, September 6, 2011 - 12:00pm

Presented by David Skidmore, professor of politics and international relations and director of the Center for Global Citizenship at Drake University.

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