The Road to World Peace - 1986
"Since ancient times, every village, town, city and nation-state has come to recognize that a peaceful society requires: (1) laws, (2) courts, and (3) a system of effective law enforcement. To the extent these three conditions are met, there is relative tranquility; to the extent they are absent, there is turmoil."
The article is as valid today as when it was written. “The Road to World Peace” is
abbreviated from Dr. Ferencz’s book - A Common Sense Guide to World Peace. Benjamin Ferencz served as a US Prosecutor at the Nuremburg war crimes
trials and as director of post-war restitution procedures providing
compensation to survivors of Nazi atrocities. He is the author of the
prize-winning book Less Than Slaves and was Adjunct Professor
of International Law at Pace University.
For 60th year, Germany honours duty to pay holocaust victims - New York Times 17th November 2012
Wikipedia entry for Benjamin B. Ferencz
BBC Witness November 2014 - The Nuremberg Trials
Benjamin B. Ferencz - blog