The Dialogue Webpage for Conflicts Worldwide (www.dwcw.org) is a resource and service for all people interested in conflict and its prevention, and aims to contribute to the improvement of mutual understanding between opposing sides of conflict throughout the world. It is presented by the Japan Center for Conflict Prevention and supported by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation. For inquiries, contact Deborah Sharp at . Contributions come from across the globe. For the Iraq discussion, click here.
From a recent DWDC newsletter:
Contributions came from people in more than 21 countries. Discussions continued regarding the `Thankless Heroism of Bush and Blair` and whether the main impetus for the potential attack is oil, whilst a number of new discussions took place. The most involved dialogue of the month was sparked off by a piece where a U.S. citizen argued that there are a number of legitimate reasons for a war against Iraq, listing key points to substantiate his claims. Some contributors commented that one?s location, media access and affiliation consequently affect one?s assessment of the case against Iraq.