Peace Science Made Accessible, Understandable, and Useful.

Issue Archive

Volume 2, Issue 5

Volume 2, Issue 5

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy Volume 2, Issue 5 of the Peace Science Digest. Click on the icon below to download the issue. If you are interested in a print subscription to the Digest, please visit the Subscribe page. Download For the text-only

Volume 2, Issue 4

Volume 2, Issue 4

Dear Readers,  We hope you enjoy Volume 2, Issue 4 of the Peace Science Digest. Click on the icon below to download the issue.  If you are interested in a print subscription to the Digest, please visit the Subscribe page.  Download   For the

Volume 2, Issue 3

Volume 2, Issue 3

Dear Readers,  We hope you enjoy Volume 2, Issue 3 of the Peace Science Digest. Click on the icon below to download the issue.  If you are interested in a print subscription to the Digest, please visit the Subscribe page. 

Special Issue: Nonviolent Resistance

Special Issue: Nonviolent Resistance

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy this Special Issue on Nonviolent Resistance.   Please click on the link or icon to download. Download     For the text-only format of this issue’s analyses, please click on the titles below to access

Volume 2, Issue 2

Volume 2, Issue 2

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy Volume 2, Issue 2 of the Peace Science Digest. Please click on the icon to download. Download     For the text-only format of this issue’s analyses, please click on the titles below to access

Volume 2, Issue 1

Volume 2, Issue 1

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy Volume 2, Issue 1 of the Peace Science Digest. Please click on the icon to download, or the image to open in your browser. Download

Volume 1, Issue 6

Volume 1, Issue 6

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy Volume 1, Issue 6 of the Peace Science Digest. Please click on the icon to download. Download

Volume 1, Issue 5

Volume 1, Issue 5

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy Volume 1, Issue 5 of the Peace Science Digest. Please click on the icon to download. Download  

Special Issue: Peace Education

Special Issue: Peace Education

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy this Special Issue on Peace Education. Click on the icon to download or open in a new tab: Special Issue: Peace Education Download  

Volume 1, Issue 4

Volume 1, Issue 4

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy Volume 1, Issue 4 of the Peace Science Digest. Please click on the icon to download. Download  

Volume 1, Issue 3

Volume 1, Issue 3

Dear Visitors, We hope you enjoy Volume 1, Issue 3 of the Peace Science Digest. Please click on the icon to download. Download Now!  

Volume 1, Issue 2

Volume 1, Issue 2

Dear Visitors, We hope you enjoy Volume 1 Issue 2 of the Peace Science Digest. Please click on the icon to download. Download        

Special Issue: Resources and Conflict

Special Issue: Resources and Conflict

Dear Readers,   Special Issue: Resources and Conflict from the Peace Science Digest. Click on the icon to download Special Issue: Resources and Conflict      

Volume 1, Issue 1

Volume 1, Issue 1

Dear Readers, We hope you enjoy this issue of the Peace Science Digest. Click on the icon to download or open in a new tab: Volume 1, Issue 1  

Engaging Across Deep Divides to Counter Extremism

“Celebrate diversity”—on bumper stickers, on school bulletin boards, this statement has been so ubiquitous to have begun to feel tame, until very recently, that is. With the global resurgence of far-right nativist groups over the past few years, this call

Human Rights Implications of Foreign U.S. Military Bases

  Since the end of the Second World War, the United States has implemented a foreign policy strategy where U.S. troops are constantly stationed in foreign countries. For the host country, the presence of U.S. troops has varying social, economic,

Peacebuilding, Agency, and Zones of Peace

At first glance, building peace after war seems like an undeniably benign enterprise. How could one argue with reconstructing and restoring institutions, infrastructure, and relationships torn apart by violence? One dominant mode of peacebuilding—so-called “liberal peacebuilding”—has met criticism, however, for