The late President John F. Kennedy delivers one of his most memorable speeches on the role of peace and diplomacy in international affairs and conflicts. He gave the speech "World Peace" at American University in Washington, DC in 1963. What makes the speech unique is its universal perspective on peace and respect for other societies without bursting into the usual American exceptionalism or preaching Democracy at all cost. As a matter of fact, Democracy is never mentioned in this speech. Enjoy.