As chances of a broader regional war increase by the day, there is a clear way to de-escalate: a ceasefire in Gaza.
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The Quincy Institute promotes ideas that move U.S. foreign policy away from endless war, toward military restraint and diplomacy in the pursuit of international peace. We are building a world where peace is the norm and war is the exception.
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The Quincy Institute is a transpartisan “action tank” and
communications project, established to challenge the decades-long obsession of U.S. foreign policy
decision makers with global military dominance and war.