(Entries follow this format: 3:14, namely, No. 3, p. 14.)

ARTICLES

  • Akhtar, Nasreen, “Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Taliban,” 4:49.
  • Banjo, Adewale, “The Politics of Succession Crisis in West Africa: The Case of Togo,” 2:33.
  • Baser, Bahar and Ashok Swain, “Diasporas as Peacemakers: Third Party Mediation in Homeland Conflicts,” 3:7.
  • Ben-Meir, Alon, “Reconciling the Arab Initiative with Israel’s Core Requirements for Peace,” 4:73.
  • Ben-Meir, Yossef, “National Sovereignty through Decentralization,” 1:59.
  • Gupta, Amit Kumar, “Commentary on India’s Soft Power and Diaspora,” 3:61.
  • Huff, Peter A., “Saint Peter Sheathes His Sword: The Modern Papacy’s Turn Toward Pacifism,” 1:27.
  • Kaloudis, George, “The Influence of the Greek Diaspora on the United States and Greece,” 3:29.
  • Kando, Tom, “What Is the Mind? Don’t Study Brain Cells to Understand It,” 2:83.
  • Kaplan, Morton A., “Why Plans for a Two-State Solution in the Middle East Have Failed,” 1:43.
  • Kittrie, Nicholas N., “The International Law of War and America’s War on Terrorism,” 3:85.
  • Nitkin, Alexander, “Russian Foreign Policy in the Fragmented Post-Soviet Space,” 2:7.
  • Okuyama, Yutaka, “Does a Cooperative Approach to Dissident States Work? A Case Study of North Korea,” 2:57.
  • Reber-Rider, Lisa, “Building Cultures of Peace in the World: One Peace Center at a Time,” 1:73.
  • Stover, William and Marina Mankaryous, “Sovereignty over Jerusalem: A Legal Solution to a Disputed Capital,” 4:113.
  • Swazo, Norman, “‘My Brother is My King’: Evaluating the Moral Duty of Global Jihad,” 4:7.
  • Tripodi, Paolo, “Soldier’s Moral Responsibility in Peace Support Operations,” 1:7.
  • van den Dungen, Peter, “Bibliography of Jan Bloch’s Writings on War and Peace,” 3:73.

COMMENTARY

  • van den Dungen, Peter, “A Memorial Tribute to Dr. Andrzej Werner, Founder-President of the Jean de Bloch Society,” 3:69.

BOOKS REVIEWED

  • Anderlini, Sanam Naraghi, Women Building Peace: What They Do, Why It Matters, 1:112.
  • Blumberg, Herbert H. A., Paul Hare, and Anna Costin, Peace Psychology: A Comprehensive Introduction, 4:145.
  • Boltjes, Mick ed., Implementing Negotiated Agreements: The Real Challenges of Intrastate Peace, 2:114.
  • Drumbl, Mark A., Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law, 2:118.
  • Fair, Christine C., and Peter Chalk, Fortifying Pakistan: The Role of U.S. Internal Security Assistance, 3:120.
  • Gray, Doris H., Muslim Women on the Move: Moroccan Women and French Women of Moroccan Origin Speak Out, 4:151.
  • Holsopple, Mary Yoder, Ruth E. Krall, and Sharon Weaver Pittman, Building Peace: Overcoming Violence in Communities, 2:111.
  • Kurtzer, David C., and Scott B. Lasensky, Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace: American Leadership in the Middle East, 4:137.
  • Korten, David C., The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community, 4:142.
  • Lutz, Charles P., and Robert O. Smith, Christians and a Land Called Holy: How We Can Foster Justice, Peace, and Hope, 2:121.
  • Martin, Harriet, Kings of Peace, Pawns of War: The Untold Story of Peacemaking, 4:147.
  • McGovern, George, Bob Dole, and Donald E. Messner, Ending Hunger Now: A Challenge to Persons of Faith, 2:121.
  • McLaren, Brian, Everything Must Change: Jesus, Global Crises, and a Revolution of Hope, 1:120.
  • Miller, Aaron David, The Much Too Promised Land: America’s Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace, 4:137.
  • Nest, Michael, Francois Grignon, and Emizt F. Kisangani, The Democratic Republic of the Congo: Economic Dimensions of War and Peace, 2:107.
  • Paul, Ron, The Revolution: A Manifesto, 3:112.
  • Perito, Robert M., Where is the Lone Ranger when We Need Him? America’s Search for a Postconflict Stability Force, 3:107.
  • Pond, Elizabeth, ed., After the French Non, 1:94.
  • Rothberg, Robert I., Building a New Afghanistan, 1:89.
  • Schaefer, Carol, Grandmothers Counsel the World: Women Elders Offer Their Vision for Our Planet, 1:117.
  • Shankleman, Jill, Oil, Profits and Peace: Does Business Have a Role in Peacemaking? 1:98.
  • Steffan, Lloyd, Holy War, Just War: Exploring the Moral Meaning of Religious Violence, 1:109.
  • Stromseth, Jane, David Wippman, and Rosa Brooks, Can Might Make Rights?: Building the Rule of Law After Military Interventions, 3:124.
  • Torpey, John C., Making Whole What Has Been Smashed: On Reparation Politics, 1:102.
  • Westad, Odd Arne, The Global Cold War, 1:105.

REVIEWERS

  • Allerkamp, Doreen K., 1:94.
  • Anders, Tisa M., 1:117, 4:142, 4:145.
  • Anderson, Gordon L., 3:112.
  • Argon, Kemal, 3:120.
  • Barry, Mark P., 4:137.
  • Burgess, Ryan, 1:98, 2:111.
  • Hill, Walter, 1:105.
  • Jackson, Eric R., 2:121.
  • Kabengele, Blance, 2:107.
  • Keskin, Asegul, 1:102.
  • Leney-Hall, Katya. 4:147.
  • Martin, Eric C., 1:89, 3:107.
  • Martin, G. Eugene, 2:114.
  • Pomerlau, Claude, 2:118.
  • Ramsey-Marshall, Donna, 1:112.
  • Roberts, David B., 1:109.
  • Sniegocki, John, 1:120.
  • Thompson, Elizabeth F., 3:124.

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