Sunday, September 5, 2010

How to Make Peace in the Middle East in 6 Months or Less



Middle East
How to Make Peace in the Middle East in 6 Months or Less
Friday, September 3
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
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For Beyond 50's "Political" talks, we'll have Gregory Levy back on the show again. He was a former English speechwriter for Prime Ministers Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert. He'll talk about his quixotic quest for making peace in the Middle East himself. Drawing on his broad base of contacts, from former White House officials and former spies to armchair generals and Jewish grandmothers - Levey attempts to find out why the Middle East problem refuses to be resolved - and also why so many people who live a world away from the Middle East are so eager to try their hand at policymaking.

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FukuokaThe One Straw Revolution
For Beyond 50's "Eco-Friendly & Sustainable Practices" talks, listen to an interview with Larry Korn, who has helped to advance permaculture design. His work involved translating the writings of Masanobu Fukuoka, a Japanese farmer and philosopher who wrote "One Straw Revolution." He'll share about his Zen-like philosophies and unique farming technique that Fukuoka spent decades perfecting. His methods require no machines, no chemicals and very little weeding. It also requires less labor, and you can still have high yields for your farm or garden.

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