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Peace and Security

World Summit on Peace in Seoul

Seoul, Korea - A World Summit on Peace sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation opened at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Seoul on February 21, bringing together some 300 global religious, academic and government leaders. Participants exchanged views on the conference theme, "Forming New Alliances at a Time of Global Crisis."

For a report of the session on "Peacebuilding in Action," click here.

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