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

  • Castellano, Isaac M., “Peace Through Partnership: IGO Membership and Military Spending,” 3:39.
  • Che, Afa’anwi and Oluwole Gabriel Adekola, “Incoherent Democratization and Inter-State Belligerence: Contemporary Evidence,” 3:7.
  • Greene, Samuel R. and Jennifer Jefferis, “Overcoming Transition Mode: An Examination of Egypt and Tunisia,” 4:7.
  • Indurthy, Rathman, “India and China: Conflict, Competition, Cooperation, and Prospects for Peace,” 1:43.
  • Islam, Thowhidul, “Turkey’s AKP Foreign Policy Toward Syria: Shifting Policy During the Arab Spring,” 1:7.
  • Maiangwa, Benjamin, “Revisiting the Nigeria-Biafra War and the Intangibles of Post-War Reconciliation,” 4:39.
  • Okoi, Obaseam, “Limits of International Law: Settlement of the Nigeria-Cameroon Territorial Conflict,” 2:77.
  • Opasina, Oladapo Kayode, “Traditional Institutions and the Challenge of Modernity in Nigeria and Côte d’Ivoire,” 2:43.
  • Stover, William James and Mali A. Mann, “External Elements in the Construction and Demise of Ethnicity and Identity,” 4:69.
  • Swazo, Norman K., “Engaging the Hermeneutics of Suspicion about Islamic Faith and Practice,” 2:9.


  • Barry, Mark, “On a U.S. President Meeting Kim Jong Un: The Importance of Senior-level Engagement,” 3:79.
  • Kando, Tom, “Comment on Incoherent Democratization and Inter-State Belligerence: Contemporary Evidence,” 3:36.
  • Zhang, Quanyi, “Wide-ranging Views on Korean Unification,” 3:71.


  • Achankeng, Fonkem, British Southern Cameroons: Nationalism and Conflict in Postcolonial Africa, 3:89.
  • Adhikari, Mohamed, ed., Genocide on Settler Frontiers: When Hunter-Gatherers and Commercial Stock Farmers Clash, 1:111.
  • Agada, Ada, Existence and Consolation: Reinventing Ontology, Gnosis, and Values in African Philosophy, 1:115.
  • Autesserre, Séverine, Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Interventions, 3:91.
  • Barnay, Zoltan, How Armies Respond to Revolutions and Why, 4:81.
  • Berenbaum, Michael, Richard Libowitz, and Marcia Sachs Littell, Remembering for the Future: Armenia, Auschwitz, and Beyond, 4:85.
  • Brazal, Agnes M. and María Teresa Dávila, eds., Living With(out) Borders: Catholic Theological Ethics on the Migration of Peoples, 4:89.
  • Clark, Janine Natalya, International Trials and Reconciliation: Assessing the Impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, 1:109.
  • Conley-Zilkic, Bridget (ed.), How Mass Atrocities End: Studies from Guatemala, Indonesia, the Sudans, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Iraq, 3:83.
  • Dear, John, Thomas Merton, Peacemaker: Meditations on Merton, Peacemaking, and the Spiritual Life, 4:94.
  • Gasiorowski, Mark, ed., The Government and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa, 2:103.
  • Kavalski, Emilian, ed., World Politics at the Edge of Chaos: Reflections on Complexity and Global Life, 3:86.
  • Richards, Alan, John Waterbury, Melanie Cammett, and Ishac Diwan, A Political Economy of the Middle East, Third Edition (Updated 2013 Edition), 1:118.
  • Stahn, Carsten and Henning Melber, eds., Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency: Rethinking Human Security and Ethics in the Spirit Of Dag Hammarskjöld, 2:109.
  • Waldman, Thomas, Sultan Barakat, and Andrea Varisco, Understanding Influence: The Use of Statebuilding Research in British Policy, 2:106.
  • Yusuf, Moeed, ed., Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in South Asia, 1:121.


  • Anyaduba, Chigbo Arthur, 4:85.
  • Bamidele, Oluwaseun, 2:109.
  • Bateman, Geoffrey, 4:94.
  • Johnston, Linda M., 3:89.
  • Hrynkow, Christopher, 4:89.
  • Lancaster, Guy, 1:111, 3:83.
  • Magnarella, Paul J., 1:109, 2:103.
  • Royster, Michael D., 1:115, 3:86.
  • Shawcross, Alistair, 4:81.
  • Singh, Naresh, 1:118, 2:106.
  • Smith, Janel, 3:91.
  • Umukoro, Nathaniel, 1:121.