Hold onto your chili fries, there may be a Burger King mashup burger in your future after all After McDonald's unceremoniously rebuffed Burger King's offer to collaborate on a McWhopper for International Peace Day, fast food lovers worldwide...Show More Summary
NEWS: Burger King took out a full-page ad in the New York Times asking McDonald?s to join forces and create a McWhopper for the International Day of Peace.
The settlement enterprise in the West Bank is an "international problem," Peace Now says, after Sara Yael Hirschhorn's figures reveal that 60,000 of 400,000 West Bank settlers are Americans
When McDonald's refused to collaborate with Burger King to offer a one-day-only McWhopper burger for International Peace Day, groans of disappointment echoed worldwide. For one shining moment, fast food aficionados salivated over the...Show More Summary
An International Peace Bureau co-president claims that the United States is encouraging a nuclear arms race between India and Pakistan instead of promoting peace talks between the sides.
The International Peace Bureau claims that the peace in Syria cannot be achieved unless the United States and its allies stop supporting and training the so-called moderate opposition.
The International Peace Bureau claims that it is impossible for Europe to seek a constructive relationship with Russia while at the same time participating in NATO expansion.
The enduring impasse between Israel and the Palestinians in the peace negotiations and their changing internal political dynamics has made it impossible for them to resolve the conflict on their own. Leaving them to their own devices is no longer a viable option as the continuation of the conflict is hazardous and potentially explosive. Show More Summary
Don Ryan/AP NEW YORK -- This probably isn't what the United Nations had in mind when it established the International Day of Peace: Burger King is asking McDonald's to join forces to create a "McWhopper." In full-page newspaper ads Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Burger King is proposing a one-day truce with McDonald’s to sell a meal blending their burgers. Proceeds would go to raise awareness of the International Day of Peace.
German expert Prof. Dr. Michael Schneider argues that Europe has to talk to Russia to avert the danger to peace and international stability.
U.S.-Russia relations continue to deteriorate. And the International Space Station's survival is at stake. The post There is peace in space. But will earthly conflicts end it? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Without collective international action, peace in Syria could still be a long way off.
In March 2011, the Syrian people started their national uprising, motivated by the Arab Spring and following decades of oppression under the dynastic Assad regime. The peaceful uprising lasted for an entire year. The Syrian regime confronted...Show More Summary
RAMALLAH (Reuters) - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has issued a decree to close an internationally funded Palestinian peace center run by a political rival, a government official said on Wednesday.
Submitted by Ron Paul via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity, Many people think the Internal Revenue Service was violating civil liberties when it harassed tea party groups. After all, the groups were targeted because they wanted to exercise their civil liberty to challenge government policies. Show More Summary
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir today refrained from endorsing an internationally backed peace deal aimed at ending almost two years of war between his government and rebel forces loyal to Riek Machar, his former vice president. Representatives...Show More Summary
The deadline for South Sudan's leaders to reach a peace deal or face international sanctions ticked down Monday, as a spokesman for the mediation team said a compromise deal would likely be signed.
If Taliban's leadership wants to stay in Pakistan, they will have to participate in the Afghanistan peace process.
Russia is helping to build a peaceful life in Abkhazia and South Ossetia and supports the idea that internal conflicts should be resolved in a peaceful manner in order to save people's lives and states, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Saturday.