Colette Rausch has spent twenty years participating in efforts to bring peace and stability to war-torn societies. She is the vice president for Governance, Law, and Society at the United States Institute of Peace.His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama promotes peace and compassion around world. He lives in Dharmasala, India.
"I was blown over by this book!! I have never seen a compendium of interviews like this, from so many different perspectives, in such rich and human detail. I wish everyone could read this book and understand that "peace" and "justice" are not abstract terms."--Melanie Greenberg, president and CEO, Alliance for Peacebuilding "A remarkable book ... essential reading for all who wish to make a difference in these settings."--Peter Coleman, director, International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution "It's inspiring. And it needs to be heard by all of us."--Manal Omar, author of Barefoot in Baghdad "Illustrates, at the most basic level, how important peacemaking and peacekeeping are, and how difficult ... Readers will find a new appreciation of why this is worth doing." --James Dobbins, senior fellow with the RAND Corporation and special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Kosovo, Bosnia, Haiti, and Somalia for the Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton administrations