Erica Chenoweth, Ph.D.
David Cortright, Ph.D.
The Peace Science Digest is a valuable tool for translating scholarly research into practical conclusions in support of evidence-based approaches to preventing armed conflict.
-David Cortright: Director of Policy Studies at the Kroc Institute of International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame
Ambassador John W. McDonald, ret.
The Peace Science Digest is the right approach to an ever-present challenge: how do you get cutting-edge peace research that is often hidden in hard-to-access academic journals into the hands of a broader audience? With its attractive on-line format, easy to digest graphics and useful short summaries, the Peace Science Digest is a critically important tool for anyone who cares about peace as well as a delight to read.
-Aubrey Fox: Past Executive Director, Institute for Economics and Peace
How many times are we asked about the effectiveness of alternatives to violent conflict? Reading Peace Science Digest offers a quick read on some of the best research focused on that important question. It offers talking points and summarizes practical implications. Readers are provided with clear, accessible explanations of theories and key concepts. It is a valuable resource for policy-makers, activists and scholars. It is a major step in filling the gap between research findings and application.
-Joseph Bock: International Conflict Management Program Associate Professor of International Conflict Management, Kennesaw State University
The distillation of the latest academic studies offered by the Peace Science Digest is not only an invaluable time-saving resource for scholars and policymakers concerned with preventing the next war, but for journalists and organizers on the front lines, who can put their findings to good use as they struggle to hold the powerful accountable and to build a more just and peaceful world.
-Eric Stoner: Co-founder and Editor, Waging Nonviolence
The Peace Science Digest is a major contribution to the peace and security field. It makes complex issues more understandable, enabling professional outfits like ours to be more effective in our global work. The Digest underscores that preventing war is about more than good intentions or power; it is also about transferable knowledge and science.
-Mark Freeman: Executive Director, Institute for Integrated Transitions (IFIT)