Peace Betrayed

Devan Coultrie has found his Peace.

Peace Betrayed

Devan Coultrie has found his Peace. He has a home, a business; his relationship with Aditi is ready to move to the next stage. They have plans to start a family, their life together could finally settle down properly. Retreating to Peace was the first stage. The next was to make it all a picture perfect postcard. Only Devan and Aditi's relationship isn't that straight forward. Its strength is about to be sorely tested.Devan Coultrie has a decision to make.He could keep and enjoy his 'Happily Ever After' in Peace, Montana. Or will he betray it and lose everything that he has ever wanted?

Peace Poverty and Betrayal

Peace, Poverty and Betrayal argues that this was not a uniformly systematic approach, but rather a state of being: the British were never clear or consistent in their policies, and among British and Indians alike there were both progressive ...

Peace  Poverty and Betrayal

How can we explain the establishment and longevity of British rule in India without recourse to the clich�s of "imperial" versus "nationalist" interpretations? In this new history, Roderick Matthews offers a more nuanced view: one of "oblige and rule", the foundation of common purpose between colonizers and powerful Indians. Peace, Poverty and Betrayal argues that this was not a uniformly systematic approach, but rather a state of being: the British were never clear or consistent in their policies, and among British and Indians alike there were both progressive and conservative attitudes to the struggle over colonization. Matthews' narrative also takes in the East India Company, which was manifestly incompetent as a ruler by 1770, yet after 1820 arguably became the world's first liberal government. Skillfully tying these ambiguities and complexities of British rule in India to the ultimate struggle for independence, Matthews illustrates that the very diversity of British- Indian relations was at the heart of the social changes that would lead to the Freedom Struggle of the twentieth century. Skewering the simplistic binaries that often dominate the debate, Peace, Poverty and Betrayal is a fresh and gracefully written narrative history of British India.

Peace Betrayed

PEACE BETRAYED ? Essays on Pacifism and Politics Fifteen Responses to Peace and Revolution by Guenter Lewy Edited by Michael Cromartie Foreword by Robert Pickus ETHICS AND PUBLIC POLICY CENTER 1952 * P3321 1990 The ETHICS AND PUBLIC ...

Peace Betrayed

In his highly controversial 1988 book Peace and Revolution, political scientist Guenter Lewy charged that since the Vietnam era the four major American pacifist organizations American Friends Service Committee, Fellowship of Reconciliation, War Resisters League, and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom have moved from singlehanded devotion to the principles of nonviolence and reconciliation to a defense of "the moral legitimacy of armed struggle and guerrilla warfare." This provocative collection begins with a summary of Lewy's argument. The fifteen respondents pacifists and non-pacifists join the discussion. Some decry Lewy's account as prejudiced and incomplete; others applaud it as a long overdue exposure of the subversions of a noble purpose. In a final chapter, Lewy responds to his critics.

Peace Betrayed

" This provocative collection begins with a summary of Lewy's argument. The fifteen respondents pacifists and non-pacifists join the discussion.

Peace Betrayed

In his highly controversial 1988 book Peace and Revolution, political scientist Guenter Lewy charged that since the Vietnam era the four major American pacifist organizations American Friends Service Committee, Fellowship of Reconciliation, War Resisters League, and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom have moved from singlehanded devotion to the principles of nonviolence and reconciliation to a defense of "the moral legitimacy of armed struggle and guerrilla warfare." This provocative collection begins with a summary of Lewy's argument. The fifteen respondents pacifists and non-pacifists join the discussion. Some decry Lewy's account as prejudiced and incomplete; others applaud it as a long overdue exposure of the subversions of a noble purpose. In a final chapter, Lewy responds to his critics.

Peace Betrayed

Peace Betrayed


Betrayed Widowed Finding Peace

A South African fiction on love, betrayal and forgiveness.

Betrayed Widowed   Finding Peace

A South African fiction on love, betrayal and forgiveness.

Betrayal

Peace. (Betrayed). A country whose leaders anchor its foundation in war and violence—a country whose domestic economy, whose balance of trade, and whose preservation of wealth for the wealthy are vested in force—is a dictator and enemy ...

Betrayal

Betrayal goes to the heart of US officials’ (and their partners’) self-serving injury to the health and welfare of the United States and the world. US public officials’ abandonment of public health for private wealth leaves the world and nation reeling from one USA-made (deliberate) crisis—of violence and disease, hunger and homelessness, deterioration and diminishment of quality conditions in workplaces and public education—to another. Their all-round acts of “legalized” corruption, their international crimes with impunity, and their deregulation-driven denial of essential needs such as clean water and air, food and work safety, shelter, and life itself constitute ultimate and everlasting betrayal. The nonfiction account in the areas of US politics, domestic affairs and foreign relations, leadership, law and democracy, and war and peace cites examples of callous, crisis-driven betrayal.

Breaking Through Betrayal

"This volume deals with the subject of betrayal, and is appropriate as a self-help aid for clients.

Breaking Through Betrayal

"This volume deals with the subject of betrayal, and is appropriate as a self-help aid for clients. It also contains useful suggestions for therapists dealing with those who have experienced betrayal of trust."--Lucy R. Ferguson, Ph.D., member, AFTNC Faculty Member and Dean Emerita, CSPP, Alliant University.

No Peace No Honor

This revelatory book has many other surprises. Berman produces new evidence that finally proves a long-suspected connection between candidate Nixon in 1968 and the South Vietnamese government.

No Peace  No Honor

In 1973, Henry Kissinger shared the Nobel Peace Prize for the secret negotiations that led to the Agreement on Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam. Nixon famously declared the 1973 agreement to be "peace with honor"; America was disengaging, yet South Vietnam still stood to fight its own war. Kissinger promptly moved to seal up his personal records of the negotiations, arguing that they are private, not government, records, and that he will only allow them to be unsealed after his death. No Peace, No Honor deploys extraordinary documentary bombshells, including a complete North Vietnamese account of the secret talks, to blow the lid off the true story of the peace process. Neither Nixon and Kissinger's critics, nor their defenders, have guessed at the full truth: the entire peace negotiation was a sham. Nixon did not plan to exit Vietnam, but he knew that in order to continue bombing without a congressional cutoff, he would need a fig leaf. Kissinger negotiated a deal that he and Nixon expected the North to violate. Ironically, their long-maintained spin on what happened next is partially true: only Watergate stopped America from sending the bombers back in. This revelatory book has many other surprises. Berman produces new evidence that finally proves a long-suspected connection between candidate Nixon in 1968 and the South Vietnamese government. He tells the full story of Operation Duck Hook, a large-scale offensive planned by Nixon as early as 1969 that would have widened the war even to the point of bombing civilian food supplies. He reveals transcripts of candidate George McGovern's attempts to negotiate his own October surprise for 1972, and a seriocomic plan by the CIA to overthrow South Vietnam's President Thieu even as late as 1975. Throughout, with page-turning dialogue provided by official transcriptions and notes, Berman reveals the step-by-step betrayal of South Vietnam that started with a short-circuited negotiations loop, and ended with double-talk, false promises, and outright abandonment. Berman draws on hundreds of declassified documents, including the notes of Kissinger's aides, phone taps of the Nixon campaign in 1968, and McGovern's own transcripts of his negotiations with North Vietnam. He has been able to double- and triple-check North Vietnamese accounts against American notes of meetings, as well as previously released bits of the record. He has interviewed many key players, including high-level South Vietnamese officials. This definitive account forever and completely rewrites the final chapter of the Vietnam war. Henry Kissinger's Nobel Prize was won at the cost of America's honor.

Jerusalem Betrayed

Has Jerusalem been betrayed, not by war, but by the “peace process” itself? The landforpeace swap meet being conducted under international auspices will not bring an end to armed aggression in Zion. No lasting peace will ever come to ...

Jerusalem Betrayed

From one of America's leading experts on Israel and the Middle East, this riveting book is the true story of what is happening in the cabinet rooms and war rooms across the world-Jerusalem's final betrayal brokered in the name of the Middle East.

Betrayed

As the answers are revealed will he finally be at peace or will be feel Betrayed? Discover how the young boy and the young soldier are connected in the story of Betrayed.

Betrayed

In a small town in Mississippi a young boy hesitantly approaches the shack of an old man that strikes terror in the heart of every child around. Rumor has it he is crazy and will shoot you on sight. But this old man is the only man in town that holds the key that will unlock the secrets that have consumed the boy for as long as he can remember. He has to work up the courage just to walk up the hill toward the house, toward the truth he longs to know. You see, there was a war that no one wants to talk about, everyone wants to forget. But this boy has an insatiable curiosity that will not be sated until he finds out about what happened in his town. Will he be satisfied if he learns the truth or will it be more than he bargained for? ****************************************************** A young soldier wounded in the Civil War wakes up in a town he has never heard of around people he doesn't know. When asked his name and where he is from, he doesn't remember.......anything. He suffers from amnesia with no memory of anything before the moment he regained consciousness. Journey with him as he searches to find out the answers to all his questions about his past. As the answers are revealed will he finally be at peace or will be feel Betrayed? Discover how the young boy and the young soldier are connected in the story of Betrayed.

Betrayal

This book is a political documentary of what is happening in our world today.

Betrayal

This book is a political documentary of what is happening in our world today. It is going to upset a lot of people because it brings out into the open a lot of controversial issues. It is called BETRAYAL because it deals with how we have all been betrayed and still being betrayed by the people at the helm in one way or another; chosen by us to do the right thing by us. But leaders for some hidden agenda that we know nothing about end by betraying us. This book will make a difference, perhaps by giving a voice to the voiceless, hope to the hopeless and justify those who believe we are taking a wrong route. We all have a duty towards humanity to bring peace and amity, to make the world a better place, if we can, for those who follow after us.

Finding Peace

This book is for anyone serious about healing these attachment wounds, ready to become honest about changing their life, and willing to be vulnerable.The book explores the lives of eight different characters who meet together for eight ...

Finding Peace

Human beings are wired for connection - physically, emotionally, neurologically, and spiritually. When something happens to damage our most important relationships, there can be lifelong consequences. Finding Peace is the fusion of a fictional storyline and a workbook that describes the Core of Peace, a model of healing from the wounds of loss, rejection, abandonment, betrayal, neglect, and abuse. This book is for anyone serious about healing these attachment wounds, ready to become honest about changing their life, and willing to be vulnerable. The book explores the lives of eight different characters who meet together for eight weeks to explore the underlying reasons why they battle depression, anxiety, depression, body image issues, and relationship challenges. The reader accompanies them on their journey to uncover the truths about who they are and how they can find lasting peace and joy from within. They discover how the shadows of shame hijack their lives. They learn about a powerful meditation that can heal deeply. They learn about challenging the negative messages that seem to be tattooed on their hearts. They explore how connection can provide courage and healing and ultimately find lasting peace.

Betrayed Ally

The Great War helped China emerge from humiliation and obscurity and take its first tentative steps as a full member of the global community.In 1912 the Qing Dynasty had ended.

Betrayed Ally

The Great War helped China emerge from humiliation and obscurity and take its first tentative steps as a full member of the global community.In 1912 the Qing Dynasty had ended. President Yuan Shikai, who seized power in 1914, offered the British 50,000 troops to recover the German colony in Shandong but this was refused. In 1916 China sent a vast army of labourers to Europe. In 1917 she declared war on Germany despite this effectively making the real enemy Japan an ally.The betrayal came when Japan was awarded the former German colony. This inspired the rise of Chinese nationalism and communism, enflamed by Russia. The scene was set for Japans incursions into China and thirty years of bloodshed.One hundred years on, the time is right for this accessible and authoritative account of Chinas role in The Great War and assessment of its national and international significance

The Buddha at My Table

In The Buddha at My Table, Letherer describes―in honest, sometimes painful detail―the dismantling of a marriage that encompasses the ordinary and the surreal, including the night she finds a silent, smiling Thai monk sitting at the same ...

The Buddha at My Table

Can you come sit at the table? Tammy Letherer’s husband of twelve years spoke these words on a Tuesday night, just before Christmas, after he had put their three children in bed. He had a piece of paper and two fingers of scotch in front of him. As he read from the list in his hand, his next words would shatter her world and destroy every assumption she'd ever made about love, friendship, and faithfulness. In The Buddha at My Table, Letherer describes―in honest, sometimes painful detail―the dismantling of a marriage that encompasses the ordinary and the surreal, including the night she finds a silent, smiling Thai monk sitting at the same dining room table. It’s this unexpected visitation, this personification of peace, that sticks with her as she listens to her husband reveal hurtful, shocking things―that he never loved her, he doesn’t believe in monogamy, and he wants to “wrap things up” with her in four weeks―and allows her to find the blessing in her husband’s betrayal. Ultimately, it’s when she realizes that she is participating in her life, not at its mercy, that she discovers the path to freedom.

The Collected Works Illustrated

His politics differed from some aspects from those of Stalin or Mao Zedong, most importantly in his rejection of the theory of Socialism in one country and his declaring of the need for an international “permanent revolution.” This book ...

The Collected Works  Illustrated

Leon Trotsky was a Ukrainian-Russian Marxist revolutionary, political theorist and politician. Ideologically a communist, he developed a variant of Marxism which has become known as Trotskyism. His politics differed from some aspects from those of Stalin or Mao Zedong, most importantly in his rejection of the theory of Socialism in one country and his declaring of the need for an international “permanent revolution.” This book contains: Trotsky on Lenin, My Life, The Revolution Betrayed, The Bolsheviki and World Peace and others. 1. My Life 2. The Revolution Betrayed 3. Our Revolution Essays on Working-Class and International Revolution, 1904-1917 4. Dictatorship vs. Democracy 5. From October to Brest-Litovsk 6. Lenin 7. Results and Prospects 8. The Permanent Revolution 9. Literature and Revolution 10. The Bolsheviki and World Peace

Foreign Relations of the United States

It should label the actions and the intentions of international communism as a betrayal of peace , as a betrayal of the ... International communism betrayed peace when in 1946 , Stalin , in his election speech , announced the end of ...

Foreign Relations of the United States


The Betrayal

The participants devoted a major share of their deliberations to peace objectives and the search for a peaceful settlement in South Vietnam. They reviewed in detail the many efforts for peace that have been undertaken, by themselves and ...

The Betrayal