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One of the leading voices for Quaker advocacy says United States foreign policy should be built more on "peace making" principles.

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David Forsythe studies international human rights and American foreign policy. The University of Nebraska Professor Emeritus of Political Science spoke this week at Kalamazoo College. 

University of Nebraska-Lincoln


David Forsythe will speak at Kalamazoo College Tuesday night. His address is called "The United States and Torture after 9/11."

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Western Michigan University Philosophy Professor Fritz Allhoff says there are many problems with torture, but he says it can be justified in some cases to save lives. That’s the premise of Allhoff’s book Terrorism, Ticking Time-Bombs and Torture (University of Chicago Press).