For the book Doug Irvin-Erickson and I are writing, I was looking for an example of a state of the art peacebuilding project we could build a chapter around. It didn't take us long to settle on a decade-long project that John Paul Lederach helped lead for the McConnell Foundation in Nepal.
Hans Rosling's work using data and props from IKEA got me to rethink one of the core concepts in comparative politics which has implications for peacebuilding, too.
How can we overcome hatred in ourselves as part of overcoming it in our country as a whole?
What is Track Two diplomacy? Why is it important? Why does it succeed at some times, but not others? Why is it not being used all that much today?