Dec. 10, 2006
Stranova Strategic Edge Vol. 15, published December 10, 2006. The challenge of “waging peace” in our world today is that war itself is already deeply entrenched in our society in many ways – in government, in our economies, and even in how our language is able to describe war so fully, while the concept of peace has only shallow roots and even fewer words to describe it – outside of simply as “the opposite of war”. In this episode of Stranova Strategic Edge, we explore why war is such a difficult system to supplant, and how some radical non-traditional approaches to creating new peaceful ecosystems are helping peace “break out” throughout the world, in places you might never expect.