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U.S. Institute of Peace VP to Speak Sept. 28

Although religion often is blamed for inciting violence in many parts of the world, faith-based organizations and people of faith can be a significant positive force for international peace, according to David Smock, vice president of the United States Institute of Peace (USIP).

U.S. Institute of Peace VP to Speak Sept. 28

New Book Calls for Bold New Response to Terrorism

The two University of Notre Dame scholars whose research demonstrated – before the Iraq war – that it was highly unlikely there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq are co-editors of a new book on counterterrorism.

In “Uniting Against Terror: Cooperative Nonmilitary Responses to the Global Terrorist Threat,” just...

New Book Calls for Bold New Response to Terrorism