I'm delighted to announce the soft launch of the Connect the Dots Community, a network of organizations I'm assembling that want to change the world by doing just what the name suggests.
Identity issues have long been at the heart of both fields I work in--peacebuilding and comparative politics. Although I'll limit myself to peacebuilding here, the ways we define who "we" are go a long way toward causing so many of the problems we face in the world today but also point us toward ways we can solve those problems.
Here's why a fiftieth reunion at a small college in Ohio might be of interest to the rest of the world.
How do we change the way Americans (and others) think about and deal with conflict? Here's a first step toward building a movement.