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Genocide

The word genocide is nowadays used in a number of different ways and one must to try and analyse them separately, to the extent that this is possible.

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Tolerance

After the Nineties of the 20th Century tolerance returned to the centre stage in political thought, returning to fashion a concept that has certainly been central within the framework of political thought in modern times, but that appeared to have become a closed book with the French Revolution that...

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Mestizo

Following the conquest of the Americas, the word “mestizo” was used to indicate children born of parents belonging to different races, usually and an American Indian woman and a white man (or vice versa).

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Multiculturalism

The word began to be used at the end of the Eighties in the United States to indicate an ideal society in which various cultures could co-exist with reciprocal respect, but avoiding all domination and assimilation into the dominant culture..

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Nationalism

The 20th Century was par excellence the century of nationalisms. It is sufficient to remember that the causes of the two world wars were directly linked to the consequences of nationalist doctrine exalting all that belongs to one’s own nation..

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Reset
A month of ideas.
Giancarlo Bosetti Editor-in-chief
Association for dialogue and intercultural understanding
Freedom and Democracy
Monday, 17 December 2012

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: What State for Which Solution?

Reset-DOC

With violence once again prevailing over dialogue in Israeli-Palestinian relations, Reset-DoC still believes that a fair and lasting solution can and must be found as quickly as possible. Andrea Dessì from the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) in Rome has asked five leading Israeli, Palestinian and international experts to explain us how.

One, Two or Three States: What Future For the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?
Andrea Dessì

Towards a Federal One-State Solution?
Interview with Ahmed Moor

A Two-State Solution Might Soon Become Out of Reach: What Then?
Interview with Khalil Shikaki

And Now: Human and Civil Rights Within a Single State
Interview with Gideon Levy

A Solution That is not a Just One Won't Last. A Third Party To Guarantee It
Interview with Hussein Ibish

Why a One-State Solution Won’t Work
Interview with Aaron David Miller

Palestine: the UN bid doesn’t achieve anything without a broader strategy
Interview with Diana Butto


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