The Spring 2012 Newsletter features: Exciting Changes at CGS, New ICC Prosecutor Elected, Peacekeeing Report Launched, News and Notes from the Field, and The 2012 Congressional Report Card.
Editorial Comment: First & Goal; Book Review: Power and Arrogance; The New Road to Europe; Book Review: European Union & Global union; Reform of the United Nations Security Council & General Assembly; The UN as Truth commission; Interview: The Big Picture; Six Scenes of Endeavor; Tradional Values; Interview: Human Rights, Fundamentalism, Power and Prejudice; Notes on Dehumanization and Extermination; The Trials and Test Faced by R2P; And More!
Fall 2011 Newsletter from the Cape & Islands chapter of Citizens for Global Solutions. Features: Annual Report from the Chairman of the Board; Partners Annual Report; Treasurer's Annual Report; Annual Meeting Details; Nominating committee Report
The Fall 2011 Newsletter features: The International Criminal Court and the State of International Justice, The Law of the Sea Treaty, President Obama's new directive on Atrocity Prevention - An Historic Step in Genocide Prevention, United States Congress and it's Support for the United Nations, The Role of the U.S. in International Peacekeeping
September 2011 Newsletter from the Philadelphia chapter of Citizens for Global Solutions. Features: Servant Leadership by John Ewbank; Special Report: Unstable Global Financial Relationships - is a "Global Solution" the alternative to disaster?; Will the "Global Economy" submit to Global Regulation?; Will the EU crisis be the catalyst for a global solution? -- by Daniel Turner; The WTO Party - Tea and spilt Coffee -- by Coalmine Canary; and more.
May 2011 Newsletter from the Minnesota chapter of Citizens for Global Solutions. Features: IS WORLD GOVERNMENT INEVITABLE? An essay by Joe Schwartzberg; THIRD THURSDAY GLOBAL ISSUES FORUM May 19, 7:00-9:00 p.m.; WHAT CAN WE DO FOR THE CHILDREN OF "GENERATION HOT," THEIR HEIRS AND OURSELVES? By Richard Lee Dechert; CGS MN ANNUAL MEETING INVITATION, Thursday evening, June 16, 2010, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Genocide Prevention, Peace & Justice, True African Leaders Have Nothing to Fear From ICC, Mass Atrocities and Armed Conflict, Learning To Think Differently About National Security, Human Security and the New Rules of War and Peace, World Peace Through Law, Asia and the American Future, The Struggle to Achieve Arab Human Rights, UN Human Rights Council Formal Review, Women’s Human Rights, Leveraging the Power of New Technologies, Local Media, and Local Communities in Humanitarian Responses
The Spring 2011 Newsletter features: A Major Victory on the New START Treaty, What's new on the ICC, U.S. Engagement in UN Peacekeeping, The 112th Congress, What the U.S. can do to help prevent genocide, Stopping the Flow of Illegal Arms, CEDAW, our upcoming Annual Conference, and introducing new faces at CGS.