Author: Tad Daley

Why Not ‘A Global Anthem,’ Donald Trump? Who Does ‘Represent the World,’ Steve Bannon?

In his speeches before both CPAC and the U.S. Congress, President Trump described with pinpoint accuracy the sovereign state system of today. But might we see a global anthem tomorrow, and a world flag, and even a United Earth? *****

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Reimagining the United Nations: a 2020 Vision

This essay is a revised and updated version of a story that appeared in Disarmament Times, the official journal of the United Nations NGO Committee on Disarmament, Peace, and Security. “Does the United Nations Still Matter?” It often seems so

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One Country. One Constitution. One Destiny.

This essay originally appeared on the Global Solutions website. April 15, 2015, is the 150th anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln. He was shot shortly after 10 PM on the night of April 14th, 1865, inside Ford’s Theatre, then was carried

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JFK, One World or None, and A New Effort to Achieve World Law

This article, co-written by Harris Wofford and Dr. Tad Daley, appeared in the Summer 2014 edition of the Federation of American Scientists’ Public Interest Reports. In the wake of the extraordinary media focus on the 50th anniversary of President John

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JFK’s Vision of Enduring World Peace

Hello. Tad Daley here with the Center for War/Peace Studies. I wanted to pass along a new essay on The Huffington Post, co-authored by former U.S. Senator Harris Wofford and me, which endeavors to tell “the story of young congressman

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Can Abolishing Nuclear Weapons Lead to Abolishing War?

This presentation by Tad Daley titled “Can Abolishing Nuclear Weapons Lead to Abolishing War?” is made up of five lecture videos and eleven Q&A videos. It was recorded at the SGI-USA Culture of Peace Center in Santa Monica, CA in

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The Sum of All Hopes

The below essay was co-written by Dr. Daley and Jane Shevtsov.   Today is the 50th anniversary of JFK’s commencement address at American University, sometimes known as his “Peace Speech”. The theme of the speech is peace, both with the

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For Iran, It’s Time to Take One Option Off the Table: The Nuclear Option

This version of the essay appeared on Huffington Post.   “All options are on the table,” said American Secretary of State John Kerry regarding Iran last week, in Jerusalem, after participating in the Holocaust Martyrs and Heroes Remembrance Day. “Iran

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Who’s Got It Right About the European Union: David Cameron or Alfred Nobel?

This essay, co-authored with Jane Shevtsov, appeared in The Huffington Post on January 31, 2013.   Trying to follow the news about the European Union these days may be a whiplash hazard. Just seven weeks ago, the Norwegian Nobel Committee

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Apocalypse Never continues to gain new fans

Tad Daley with Maine’s newest U.S. Senator, Angus King — holding a copy of APOCALYPSE NEVER!

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