Many people now agree that the U.S. should focus on preventing, not fighting, wars. Yet this agreement has not yet let to substantive policy change, and critical tools for preventing war are now facing drastic cuts in Congress. These tools not only help promote peace around the world but also save lives and treasure by preventing the U.S. from becoming embroiled in violent conflicts. This issue of the newsletter discusses FCNL’s efforts to shift U.S. policy and resources towards peacefully preventing deadly conflict, the successes so far, and the challenges that lay ahead.
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