Peace Efforts

Some articles on peace efforts, peace, effort:

Pope Benedict XV - Pontificate - Peace Efforts
... See and attempted from that perspective to mediate peace in 1916 and 1917 ... However considering all this, German Protestants rejected any “Papal Peace” as insulting ... Benedict made many unsuccessful attempts to negotiate peace, but these pleas for a negotiated peace made him unpopular, even in Catholic countries like Italy, among many ...
Peace (play) - Historical Background - Places and People Mentioned in Peace
... to a character in Plutarch's Dinner-table Discussion, (written some 500 years after Peace was produced), Old Comedy needs commentators to explain its abstruse references in the same way that ... Here is the wine list for Peace as supplied by modern scholars ... Cerberus whose seething (paphlagon) and shouting might yet snatch away peace (the seething image was previously developed in The Knights, where Cleon was represented as 'Paphlagonian'), a leather ...
Munib Al-Masri - Peace Efforts
... In 2012, as part of an effort to persuade the Palestinian and Israeli governments to start peace talks again take the Arab League’s 2002 Peace Initiative seriously, Masri has ... that he is doing this now because "I want to see peace in Israel and Palestine before I die ... And both sides really want peace and can benefit from it ...

Famous quotes containing the words efforts and/or peace:

    Once we begin to appreciate that the apparent destructiveness of the toddler in taking apart a flower or knocking down sand castles is in fact a constructive effort to understand unity, we are able to revise our view of the situation, moving from reprimand and prohibition to the intelligent channeling of his efforts and the fostering of discovery.
    Polly Berrien Berends (20th century)

    Peace can endure only so long as humanity really insists upon it, and is willing to work for it and sacrifice for it. Twenty- five years ago American fighting men looked to the statesmen of the world to finish the work of peace for which they fought and suffered; we failed them, we failed them then, we cannot fail them again and expect the world to survive again.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)