(Entries follow this format: 3:14, namely, No. 3, p. 14.)
o Byrne, Sean and Eyob Fissuh, “The European Union Peace and Reconciliation Fund Impact on Northern Ireland,” 2:85.
o Calhoun, Laurie, “The Enemies of Democracy,” 2:63.
o Choi, Woonsang, “From War to Peace: A Permanent Solution to the Korean Question,” 1:7.
o Healy, Hall, “Korean Demilitarized Zone: Peace and Nature Park,” 4:61.
o Kaloudis, Stergos, “Why Europe Cannot Ignore Turkey,” 2:37.
o Kaplan, Morton A., “Futher Back to the Future? A Reply to Foreign Minister Lavrov,” 3:7.
o Kim, Youngho, “A Northeast Asian Version of the Helsinki Process,” 1:19.
o Linder, Evelin G., “Dynamics of Humiliation in a Globalizing World,” 3:15.
o Net-Zehngut, Rafi, “Analyzing the Reconciliation Process,” 3:53.
o Pokhariyal, Ganesh P., “Development Strategies for Sub-Saharan Africa,” 1:83.
o Pruitt, Lesley, “Real Men Kill and a Lady Never Talks Back: Gender Goes to War in Country Music,” 4:85.
o Ramirez, J. Martin, “Peace Through Dialogue,” 1:65.
o Shuja, Sharif, “Pakistan: Islam, Radicalism, and the Army,” 2:25.
o Tarzi, Shah M., “Democratic Peace, Illiberal Democracy, and Conflict Behavior,” 4:35.
o Ward, Thomas J., “The Political Economy of NGOs and Human Security,” 1:43.
o Yilmaz, Muzaffer Ercan, “Intra-State Conflicts in the Post-Cold War Era,” 4:11.
o Barry, Mark P., “North Korea Requires Long-term Strategic Relationship with the U.S.,” 1:37.
o Chamberlin, Paul F., “Korea Peace Regime: Worthy Idea or Red Herring?” 3:101.
o Chandra, Vipan, “Korea for Koreans: Fresh Reflections on the Pyongyang Summit,” 4:107.
o Holomisa, Bantubonke, “American Leadership in Global Crises: A South African Perspective,” 3:83.
o Lunde, Paul D., “No Nuclear First Use: Ask Hillary, Obama, or Whomever,” 3:91.
o Mancham, James R., “American Policy and China’s Rise in the Asia-Pacific Rim,” 2:5.
o Nakagawa, Juro, “Peacekeeping and Global Business in Northeast Asia,” 1:33.
o Waqavakatoga, Taito, “America in the Pacific Rim Era,” 2:15.
o Ben-Meir, Jason Yossef, “Create an Historic Moroccan-American Partnership,” 2:71.
o Dirini, Zade, “Building a Beautiful World,” 2:79
o Schifanelli, Michael, “On Truth,” 2:78
o Creekmore, Marion, Jr., A Moment of Crisis: Jimmy Carter, the Power of a Peacemaker, and North Korea’s Nuclear Ambitions, 1:103.
o Greenspan, Alan, The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World, 4:124.
o Heijmans, Annelies, et. al., Searching for Peace in the Asia Pacific: An Overview of Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Activities, 3:117.
o Heyse, Liesbet, Choosing the Lesser Evil: Understanding Decision-Making in Humanitarian NGOs, 3:114.
o Kaldor, Mary, et. al., Global Civil Society 2006/7, 4:137.
o Klein, Naomi, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, 4:124.
o Kux, Dennis, India-Pakistan Negotiations: Is Past Still Prologue? 2:120.
o Lewis, Stephen, Race Against Time (CBC Massey Lectures Series), 2:116.
o Matheson, Michael J., Council Unbound: The Growth of UN Decisionmaking on Conflict and Postconflict Issues After the Cold War, 3:109.
o Quandt, William B., Peace Process: American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Since 1967 (3rd ed.), 4:129.
o Reich, Robert, Supercapitalism: The Transformation of Business, Democracy, and Everyday Life, 4:111.
o Sharp, Gene, Waging Nonviolent Struggle: 20th Century Practice and 21st Century Potential, 1:107.
o Taylor, John B., Global Financial Warriors: The Untold Story of International Finance in the Post-9/11 World, 2:111.
o van Tongeren, Paul, et. al., People Building Peace II: Successful Stories of Civil Society, 3:120.
o Anders, Tisa M., 1:107.
o Anderson, Gordon L., 4:111.
o Barry, Mark P., 4:129.
o Hamdan, Amani, 2:116.
o Hastings, Tom H., 4:137.
o Lenaghan, Michael J., 3:120.
o Looney, Robert E., 2:111, 4:124.
o Petrovsky, Vladimir, 3:117.
o Quinones, C. Kenneth, 1:103.
o Singh, Balmiki Prasad, 2:120.
o Smith, Karen Judd, 3:109.
o Wadlow, René, 3:114.