'After Samuel Huntington’s popular article, “The Clash of Civilizations?” (1993) appeared in Foreign Affairs, some individuals proposed that what the world really needed was a dialogue of civilizations, not a clash. Twenty-two years later, the dialogue is as relevant as ever.
brings together scholars in an effort to promote dialogue and peace instead of clashes and war. The approach is multidisciplinary and promotes evidence-based discussions. I feel empowered and greatly enhanced by the learning and cross-fertilization of ideas that takes place in venues such as the World Public Forum Dialogue of Civilizations.'