338 Organizing and Teaching Peace

David Cortright was the leader of SANE in opposing nuclear weapons. He is a retired professor of peace studies at Notre Dame, and writes about sanctions.

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• David Cortright

 

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Cooperate With China?
Yes, it is true that China is competing intelligently by sending developmental assistance to other countries instead of military aid. That makes sense. But Cortright is apparently willing to ignore the way China is aggressive. We should not ignore their oppression of the Uyghurs and Hong Kong and the danger of war against Taiwan. It is not reasonable to expect them to become more liberal if we just refuse to complain against their aggression.

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