Formulas for ending war are as old as war itself; yet war continues. What is the missing realization, the breakthrough that will lay to rest, once and for all, humanity's war-mongering impulse? Perhaps it is the awareness of our own fascination with war, and the creation of "a better game" - some exciting endeavor that is decidedly more benign. So says Bob Fuller, co-founder of the Mo Tzu Project, a small band of private citizens who, like their namesake, a fifth-century B.C. Chinese philosopher, travel to sites of political strife (Poland, Northern Ireland, Kenya, Israel/Lebanon) and attempt, as individuals, to mediate disputes. If you have longed for a day when the end of war is conceivable - and who hasn't? - you owe it to yourself to listen to this conversation.
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