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Gandhi , Civilization , Non-Violence and Obama

@inproceedings{Syler2010GandhiC,
  title={Gandhi , Civilization , Non-Violence and Obama},
  author={Tamer S{\"o}yler},
  year={2010}
}
The year 2009 has marked the 140th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948). World leaders have honored Gandhi in their public speeches and messages throughout the year. For example, U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama has showed his respect for Gandhi’s contribution to a philosophy of non-violent struggle as a key to facing hostile forces threatening the modern world. This would have sounded all good if only we had not noted the irony of Obama’s strong belief in the concept of ‘just war’ which… Expand
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