(Entries follow this format: 3:14, namely, No. 3, p. 14.)
- Abbasi, Arshad M., “The Arab World: Democratization or Islamization?” 1:7.
- Barry, Mark P., “The U.S. and the 1945 Division of Korea: Mismanaging the ‘Big Decisions’” 4:33.
- Cunningham, Christopher P., “Counterterrorism in Xinjiang: the Etim, China, and the Uyghurs,” 3:7.
- Farooq, Sadaf, “Pakistan’s Internal Security Dynamivs and the Role of Military Regimes,” 3:51.
- Kisangani, Emizet F., “The Tuaregs’ Rebellions in Mali and Niger and the Global War on Terror,” 1:59.
- Koepsell, David and Kateřina Staňková, “Non-Proliferation Regimes, Immoral and Risky: A Game Theoretic Approach,” 2:63.
- Miller, Leon, “Peace Research in the Digital Age,” 2:9.
- Olaifa, Tope, “Corruption and Sustainable Peace in Nigeria: Equipping Youth for Reconstruction,” 3:85.
- Panayiotides, Nicos, “Is the ‘Arab Spring’ Israel’s Winter? Strategic Instability in the Middle East.” 1:21.
- Pokhariyal, Ganesh P., “Universal Peace through a Balance of Science and Religious/Cultural Practices,” 4:57.
- Sultana, Razia and Saira Aquil, “The Pakistani Pashtuns and the End Game in Afghanistan,” 4:9.
- Walsh, Thomas G., “Religion, Peace, and the Post-Secular Public Sphere,” 2:35.
- Yilmaz, Muzaffer Ercan, “Peacebuilding in Libya,” 1:45.
- Kaplan, Morton A., “Why there is No Route to Mideast Peace,” 1:41.
- Boitin, Jennifer Anne, Colonial Metropolis: The Urban Grounds of Anti-Imperialism and Feminism in Interwar Paris, 4:77.
- Byrne, Sean and Jessica Senehi, Violence: Analysis, Intervention, and Prevention, 4:67, 4:70.
- Chomsky, Noam, 9-11: Was There an Alternative? 3:119.
- Clancy, Mary-Alice C., Peace Without Consensus: Power-Sharing Politics in Northern Ireland, 1:103.
- Deutsch, David, The Beginning of Infinity: Explanations that Transform the World, 3:103.
- Henderson, Michael, No Enemy to Conquer: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World, 3:122.
- Heschel, Abraham Joshua and Susannah Heschel, Abraham Joshua Heschel:Essential Writings, 4:81.
- Kyle, David and Rey Koslowski, Global Human Smuggling: Comparative Perspectives, Second Edition, 4:73.
- Limbert, John W., Negotiating with Iran: Wrestling the Ghosts of History, 2:91.
- Martel, William C., Victory in War: Foundations of Modern Military Policy, 1:99.
- Nepstad, Sharon Erickson, Nonviolent Revolutions: Civil Resistance in the Late 20th Century, 3:117.
- Pogge, Thomas and Keith Horton, eds., Global Ethics: Seminal Essays, 1:108.
- Rabinovich, Itamar, The Lingering Conflict: Israel, the Arabs, and the Middle East, 1948-2011, 2:85.
- Sullivan, Terry, The Church of the Empire Versus the Christian Church of North Africa: 312-430 a.d., 2:95.
- Wiarda, Howard J., Military Brass vs. Civilian Academics at the National War College: A Clash of Cultures, 1:111.
- Anders, Tisa M., 3:122.
- Barry, Mark P., 2:85.
- Buffton, Deborah D., 1:99, 4:77.
- Chen, Kai, 4:73.
- Dobransky, Steve, 1:111.
- Erez, Lior, 1:108.
- Hrynkow, Christopher, 1:103, 4:81.
- Kando, Tom, 3:103.
- Lancaster, Guy, 4:67.
- Magnarella, Paul J., 2:91, 3:119.
- Roach, Will, 2:95.
- Sampson, Karil, 3:117
- Wadlow, Rene, 4:70.