Unlike the United Nations, the Enlightened Nations ensures that all nations are treated as equal to each other only with good cause. One good cause, of course, is enlightened peace.
In accordance with the self-evident truth that the lives and needs of all persons should be treated as equally important, regardless of the official and unofficial nations and groups to which they originally belong, the Enlightened Nations is permitting its Introductory Training Manual for Enlightened Peace to be released to the global public for the purposes of examination, assessment and supervised application.
Just as diplomatic rank helps to ensure orderliness is possible in otherwise disorderly situations, the introductory training manual provides the necessary guidance for the continuation and expansion of peaceful orderliness throughout societies and between them.
Introductory Training Manual for Enlightened Peace
Strong, enlightened cultural leadership
Gently lively interactions
The advance of virtue
Epiphanies of peace
A culture of peace
Peace through good reasoning
Training for peace
Leadership for a peaceful world
A global gathering for peaceful leadership
Seventy years after another war ended
A good society
Mozart as a peace symbol
Can real art save the world?
Preventing military pollution
Creating world peace