Romain Rolland: The Cosmopolitan Spirit.

One of the major voices of the spirit of Citizens of the World is Romain Rolland (1866-1944). He is the symbol of those who would not let war destroy the cultural bridges between peoples, especially during the 1914-1918 World War. Romain Rolland
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Navroz: Turkish Troops in Afrim: Renewal and Complexity.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow May the soul flourish;May youth be as the new-grown grain Navroz, usually celebrated on 21 March in Iran and Central Asia, is the “New Day”, the end of the old year with its hardships and deceptions and the
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Buckminster Fuller: A World View on Doing More With Less.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow. Richard Buckminster Fuller Jr (1895 – 1983) Bucky to his friends,  was born into one of New England’s elite but freethinking families. His great-great grandfather, the Reverend Timothy Fuller was a delegate from Massachusettes to the Convention which
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Louis Sohn, A World Citizen Pioneer for World Law.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow Professor Louis B. Sohn was a great international legal scholar whose teachings continue to contribute to the development of world law. Louis B. Sohn  whose birth anniversary we note on 1 March was born in Lwów, Poland (now Lviv,
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Stringfellow Barr; Joining the Human Race.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow. Stringfellow Barr , an active Citizen of the World, was a historian, largely of the classic Greek and Roman Empire period.  He served as president of the Foundation for World Government from its start in 1948 to its closing
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Richard St. Barbe Baker: The Life of the Forests

by Rene Wadlow. Today, there is a growing awareness that cooperation is required to protect and manage integrated ecosystems which cross national frontiers.  This is particularly important in the case of forest management.  Trans-frontier conservation cooperation, in which two or more States cooperate in
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Albert Einstein: Remember Your Humanity and Forget the Rest.

There lies before us, if we choose, continual progress in happiness, knowledge and wisdom.  Shall we, instead, choose death, because we cannot forget our quarrels?  We appeal as human beings to human beings: R ember your humanity, and forget the rest.                                             – Russell-Einstein Manifesto, 1955
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Robert Muller: Crossing Frontiers for Reconciliation

by Rene Wadlow The time has come for the implementation of a spiritual vision of the world’s affairs.  The entire planet must elevate itself into the spiritual, cosmic throbbing of the universe.                                                             Robert Muller (1923-2010) Robert Muller, whose birth anniversary we mark on
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