2016 DWF Annual Luncheon

On the Occasion of Hiroshima Day The Annual Good-Government Luncheon of the Democratic World Federalists Featuring a keynote by Stephen Dinan “The Path to a Well-Governed World” Stephen Dinan, a noted social entrepreneur and political strategist, is the CEO of The... read more

U.S. Arms Opposing Militias in Syria

[This news piece below, which appeared in the March 27, 2016 issue of Los Angeles Times,comes to us thanks to the research of our friends at WantToKnow.Info. Among numerous other topics, this important site provides powerful evidence that ISIS is aided and was... read more

A World War Has Begun: Break the Silence

By John Pilger, award-winning journalist and filmmaker [Excerpted from a transcribed lecture at University of Sydney] In 2009, President Obama stood before an adoring crowd in the centre of Prague, in the heart of Europe. He pledged himself to make “the world... read more

How Syria Was Swept by the Merchants of Death

By Professor Alon Ben-Meir Center for Global Affairs, New York University  In the wake of the unimaginable horror of World War II, the international community committed itself to never allow such atrocities to take place again with impunity. But as was the case with... read more

The Virtue of Being Impractical

By Byron Belitsos World federalists very often hear how impractical we are. The “realists” shout “Impossible!” when we propose a world under enforceable law. (As if a world in anarchy is practical.) “It’s too utopian!” they exclaim, when we advocate the abolition of... read more

The San Francisco Promise

By Bob Hanson DWF Board Member Last year the United Nations celebrated its seventieth anniversary. This documentary created just after the U.N.’s founding in 1945 in San Francisco provides a feeling for the hopefulness of those days. Since then, the UN has... read more

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