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Dialogue & Alliance: Voices for Peace

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New York, USA—The 2018 double issue of Dialogue & Alliance, a journal of UPF, is now available. The theme of this issue is “Voices for Peace.”

This Volume 32, 2018 double issue of Dialogue and Alliance contains essays that derive from two major conference programs organized by the Universal Peace Federation, as part of its International Leadership Conference (ILC) series. The first of the two ILCs was convened in Korea on November 9-14, 2017, and had two inter-related foci: first, the inauguration of a new interfaith initiative of UPF, known as the Interreligious Association for Peace and Development (IAPD); and second, participants in the ILC, including the many religious leaders who represented the IAPD, joined a public rally on November 11, 2018 when 80,000 people gathered at one of South Korea’s World Cup football stadiums, dedicated to a call for peace and unification on the Korean peninsula. The second ILC was convened, also in Korea, on February 18-22, 2018.

The first set of articles which appear in this volume under the heading “Global Rally for Peace on the Korean Peninsula” were presentations delivered in the presence of 80,000 people.The next section, entitled, “Parliamentarians for Peace,” consists of seven articles by distinguished members of the UPF’s International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace, which UPF launched in 2016.

Our next section, “Interfaith Perspectives on Peace,” features twenty-five statements from distinguished religious leaders, interfaith activists, and representatives of faith-based organizations. There are a wide variety of perspectives from many of our world’s religious traditions. Amidst the great diversity of nationality, ethnicity, culture and religion, there are common themes and shared values that underscore the existence of common ground and universally shared aspirations for peace, aspirations that are advocated by all our world’s religions. And we conclude this issue with two essays in a section titled, “Scholarly Perspectives on Peace.”

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Dialogue & Alliance
Vol. 32 No. 1&2, Summer/Winter 2018
Voices for Peace

 

Introduction

Global Rally for Peace on the Korean Peninsula

A Prayer for Peace
Bishop Don D. Meares, Senior Pastor, Evangel Cathedral, USA

God’s Kingdom of Peace
Archbishop Dr. Johannes Ndanga, Founder and Director, Pentecostal Church Of Christ International, Zimbabwe

The Search for Peace and Interfaith Cooperation
Rev. Dr. Marcus Braybrooke, Joint-President of the World Congress of Faiths, Co-Founder Of the Faith & Belief Forum, United Kingdom

Building Peace and Freedom
Amb. R. James Woolsey, Jr., Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency, USA

Toward A New Culture of Heart and Filial Love
Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, Co-Founder, UPF; Founder, IAPP and IAPD

Parliamentarians for Peace

In Pursuit Of Lasting Peace
Hon. Jose De Venecia, Jr., Five-Time Speaker of House of Representatives, Philippines; International Co-Chair of IAPP

Parliamentarians for Peace
Hon. Dan Burton, Congressman (1983-2013), House of Representatives, USA; International Co-Chair of IAPP

Toward Denuclearization
Hon. Shim Jaekwon, Chairman, Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee, Korea

Upholding Spiritual and Moral Ideals
Hon. Dr. Jiko Fatafehi Luveni, Speaker of the House, Fiji

Universal Values
Hon. Andy Daniel, President, Senate, St. Lucia

Authenticity in Leadership
Hon. Netani B. Rika, Member Of Parliament, Fiji

On Parliamentary Democracy
Hon. Shri Bhubaneswar Kalita, Member Of Parliament, India

Interfaith Perspectives on Peace

Archmandrite Vladimir Milovic,
Diocese Budimlje-Niksic, Serbian Orthodox Church, Montenegro

Dr. Yun Kai Tong,
Chairman of International Confucian Association and President of Hong Kong Confucian Academy

Rev. Seishi Moriyama,
Buddhist Monk, Fukuchiji Temple the Sōtō School of Zen Buddhism, Japan

Prof. Syafaatun Almirzanah,
Professor of Religious Studies, Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University, Indonesia

Ms. Jennifer Gray,
Director of Interfaith Outreach, State of Maryland Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives, USA

Rev. Yoshio Kawakami,
Professor Emeritus, Tezukayama Gakuin University, Japan

Dr. Hamdi Murad,
Professor, International Islamic University, Jordan

Ven. Prof. Dr. Medagampitiye Wijithadhamma,
Head of Department of Pali and Buddhist Studies, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka

Ven. Sobhita,
Principal, International Buddhist Educational Center, Myanmar

Rev. Suamalie Naisali Tafaki Iosefa Naisali,
Chairman, United Reformed Christian Church of Kiribati and Tuvalu in New Zealand

Dr. Sheikh Hojjat Ramzy,
Director, Oxford Islamic Information Centre, United Kingdom

Fr. Joseph Saghbini,
Parish Priest, Basilian Salvatorian Order, Lebanon

Dr. Emad Abu Alrub,
Head, Ukrainian Dialogue and Communication Center, Ukraine

Ms. Nadia Hassan,
Executive Director, Young Leaders Institute, USA

Rev. Ari Van Buuren,
Former Chairman, United Religions Initiative, Netherlands

Mrs. Johanna Mitra Rambaran,
President, United Religions Initiative (Uri), Netherlands

Rev. Joseph M. Kanuku,
Bishop Emeritus, Anglican Church of Kenya

Ven. Lama Lobzang,
President, Asoka Mission, India

Hajji Baba Edmond Brahimaj,
World Leader, Bektashi Order (Islamic Sufi), Albania

Dr. Khattar Salami El Kuntar,
Vice President, Lebanese Canadian University, Lebanon

Rev. Dr. Igor Onyshchuk,
Patriarchal Curia Communications Officer, Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Ukraine

Dr. Lek Thaveetermsakul,
Vice Chairman, UPF-Asia, Thailand

Fr. Georges Iskandar,
President, Inter-Eparchial Tribunal, Melkite Greek Catholic Church, Lebanon

Ven. Dr. Udugampola Hemaratana,
Vice Principal, Sri Bodhiraja Dhamma School, Bllanawila Rajamaha Vianaraya, Boralsgamu, Sri Lanka

Rev. Hjoertur Magni Johannsson,
Head Minister/Director, Free Lutheran Church of Reykjavik, Iceland

Scholarly Perspectives on Peace

Trust-Building Measures
Dr. Vladimir Petrovskiy, Chief Researcher, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Reflections on Machiavelli and Montesquieu
Dr. Slawomir Redo, Senior Advisor, Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), Austria

 

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