Can non violence be universally applied? Should it be? How can we make non violence culturally sensitive, applicable and appropriate?
How can the successful strategies from one case be applied to another?
Do relatively ‘violence-free’ and able countries have responsibilities towards those in a state of violent unrest?
If so, what kind of responsibilities?
What justifies international intervention?
Can military intervention be justified?
What justifies international military intervention?
What are the differences between domestic and international intervention?
What are the consequences of these differences?
Has nonviolent international intervention been effective?
How can it be made more effective?
Is a threat or the potential of violent retaliation a violent strategy?
What is the best way to react as a country?
The best non violent way?
Do non violent, international justice organizations, like the International Criminal Court (ICC), successfully administer non violent justice?
Is the "One-State Solution" viable for the Palestine-Israel conflict?
Is the "Two-State Solution" more or less viable?
Should there be international intervention in Iran concerning the protests?
Should military intervention continue in Iraq? Why?
Is military intervention necessary in Darfur? Why?
How are the 2 cases different with regards to military intervention?
Can military intervention be necessary in one place and not the other?
If so, would this inconsistency be unethical?
Should there be international intervention in Somalia?
If so, what would be their aim?
What would be the implications of not sending in troops?
And do the Islamists really pose such a threat to the region?
Was the ousting of Manuel Zelaya in Honduras violent? What is a non violent solution to the situation--should Zelaya be allowed back?
Has violence in Xinjiang and Tibet, China been justified? Was the use of state violence in both of these cases in China justified in the name of civilian security?
What should be done to secure autonomy/eliminate discrimination and evade civilian unrest and non violence?
Is a cut in levels of nuclear warheads any less violent of a stance for a country?
Do the current high levels of nuclear weapon stockpiles in countries like the US and Russia signify an essentially, violent, Cold-War-like atmosphere?