The Perdana Global Peace Forum 2005, organized by the Perdana Leadership Foundation on December 15 -17 2005 at the Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, intended to provide an international platform for the discussion of current world problems and through comprehensive discourse, provide ideas to make our world a better and safer place. The Forum brought together a diverse and select group of current and former heads of state, business leaders, prominent academics, community leaders, other stakeholders and key NGO representatives to collectively brainstorm on a practical way towards achieving global peace.
By Jan Yumul in Hong Kong. Turns for the worse can be prevented if Israel 'plays its cards well', analysts say. With Israel's far-right coalition government in place, prospects for peace between Palestinians and Israelis
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"Even though 77 years have passed since the end of the war, the US, which dropped the atomic bombs, has never apologized or asked for forgiveness. It is the US that speaks loudly of 'democracy,
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