Power struggles and political priorities trump the need for peace and security worldwide. Local and international conflict is present everywhere in the world, be it in the form of terrorism, nuclear proliferation, civil wars, military intervention, civil unrest or forced displacement [1, 2, 5, 12]. Innocent people are killed, severely injured; they are forced to leave their homes, live in inhumane conditions and under constant threat. No political agenda is more important than human lives, yet in the current state of our world global peace is treated like an unattainable dream. It isn’t.