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This article was posted in European Consciousness.
In the summer of 2009, following visits to Washington by the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Authority, the USA’s special envoy to the region declared, ‘The only viable resolution to this conflict is for the aspirations of both sides to be met through two states’.
The primary vehicle of the international community’s engagement is the ‘Quartet’ – the UN, the EU, the USA, and Russia. Continue reading
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This article was posted in Documentation.
- Fundamentaltheologie im Koran?, in: FrZPhTh 55 (2008, 1) 141–165.
- Zum Dialog Islam – Christentum, in: Paulus-Rundbrief – Katholische Gemeinde Deutscher Sprache Brüssel, Nr. 444, 02–03/2009, 8–10.
- Unser liebes Geld – Aktuelle Überlegungen zu einem Systemfehler, in: Orientierung 73 (2009) Nr. 4, 41–44. Continue reading
This article was posted in JEOletter Nr. 03 / October 2008.
In 1998 the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales published a reflection on the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration.
It is worth recalling some emphases of this document ten years later, on the occasion of the sixtieth anniversary: in particular the document’s account of a ‘Catholic vision of human rights’ remains very pertinent. Continue reading
This article was posted in JEOletter Nr. 01 / April 2008.
I would like to address this letter with the title:
and with a rather strange subtitle: from B to B.
I feel Slovenia is the slogan of the Slovenian Tourist Board with which Slovenia wants to make its place in the “European house” more recognisable. Hopefully, it will succeed in this task well.
First of all, I would like to tell you that I feel embarrassed in writing a letter to you. I never thought I would be asked to write a letter to a city. A stimulating challenge, but to be honest, it sounds as impersonal, as many EU institutions are to most Slovenian citizens. I will try my best, since it is not an easy task. There are too many thoughts, doubts, experiences on my mind. Continue reading