The Test of Leadership

The Washington Times July 9, 2008 by James Goodby Much has been written about what the next president’s priorities should be. Iraq? Health care? The environment? The economy? Seldom mentioned […]

Questions for the candidates

International Herald Tribune July 4, 2008 by Mikhail Gorbachev There has been unusual interest throughout the world in the U.S. presidential race. Skeptics, of whom there are quite a few, […]

Sleepwalking in a Nuclear Minefield

April 2008 Sojourners The United States still worships at the altar of nuclear weapons – yet cries ‘heresy’ when others want to join the sect. by Douglas Roche Reprinted with […]

Restoring U.S. nuclear-free leadership

April 2, 2008 Washington Timesby Thomas Graham, Jr. and Max Kampelman   After a long dry spell, the seeds planted by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Geneva in 1985 […]

Juggling and the Kashmir-Jammu Conflict

April 2008 By Alyn Ware SGI Quarterly I am visiting a school in rural New Zealand and am with a group of 15 students outside on the playing field. I […]

Spiritual Disaster Preparedness

March 31, 2008 Will evangelicals show the will to pursue the prevention of a pending threat? by Tyler Wigg Stevenson Originally published by Christianity Today At 10:13 a.m. on Thursday, […]

A Merciful White Flash

March 31, 2008   While despairing of nuclear annihilation, I received an irresistible consolation. By Tyler Wigg Stevenson This piece was originally published in Christianity Today, Before I became a […]

Forsaking Space Weapons Would Spur Peace

March 26, 2008 Op-ed by Rhianna Tyson Tensions, it seems, between the US and Russia heighten daily. Increasingly hostile rhetoric is slung from both sides in a tactical volley […]