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


  • Ahmed, Saleem, “Moving from Reactive to Proactive Islam,” 4:53.
  • Azpuru, Dinorah and Michael G. Hall, “Democratization in Latin America: Insights for the Arab States,” 2:47.
  • Clark, Serena, “Public Artwork in Post-Conflict Areas: A Thematic Analysis,” 3:87.
  • Fanti, Kostas A., Evaghoras L. Evaghorou, and Andreas P. Andreou, “Political Trust, Participation, and Social Behavior: Cases of Northern Ireland and Cyprus,” 3:53.
  • Fox, Sarah Jane, “Borderless Skies! Sovereign Dominance, Regionalism: Lessons from Europe,” 4:19.
  • Gafurov, Akmal A., “Seven Phases of Social Development: Politometrics Instead of Political Alchemy,” 1:7.
  • Imai, Kunihiko and Aysegul Keskin Zeren, “Democracy in the Middle East: Arab Spring and Its Aftermath,” 2:7.
  • Kaloudis, George, “Non-governmental Organizations: Mostly a Force for Good,” 1:79.
  • Marcantonio, Richard, “Peace, Conflict, and Happiness,” 2:77.
  • Showkat Dar, Shaheen, “Disciplinary Evolution of Peace and Conflict Studies: And Overview,” 1:43.
  • Ward, Thomas J., “Centennial of the Bolshevik Revolution and Reflections on a Civil Society Actor,” 3:7.



  • Anderson, Gordon, “Just War Theory: North Korea and the United States,” 4:90.
  • ———, “Morton A. Kaplan: A New Breadth of Political Consciousness,” 4:12.
  • Hamati-Atay, Inanna, “Morton A. Kaplan: Transcending Postmodernism,” 4: 15.
  • Siviglia, Peter, “North Korea: A New Beginning,” 4:73.
  • Wadlow, René, “Morton A. Kaplan: Developing System and Process in International Politics,” 4:9.
  • Walsh, Thomas G., “ ‘Soft Power’ Options in the Face of ‘Frozen Conflicts,’ ” 4:93.
  • Vandemeulebroucke, Robert, “Alleviating International Tensions on the Korean Peninsula,” 4:86.



  • Baht, Bilal, Cotton Cultivation and Child Labor in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan, 2:109.
  • Danaher, James P., Philosophical Imagination and the Evolution of Modern Philosophy, 3:123.
  • Dziedzic, Michael, ed., Criminalized Power Structures: The Overlooked Enemy of Peace, 3:119.
  • Dziedzic, Michael, ed., Combatting Criminalized Power Structures: A Toolkit, 3:119.
  • Firehow, Pamina and Harry Anastasiou, eds., Practical Approaches to Peacebuilding: Putting Theory to Work, 2:115.
  • Forest, Jim, The Root of War is Fear: Thomas Merton’s Advice to Peacemakers, 1:120.
  • Geran Pilon, Juliana, The Art of Peace: Engaging a Complex World, 4:95.
  • Goldberg, Rachel M., Faith and Practice in Conflict Resolution, 1:117.
  • Lesch, Thomas and Mark L. Haas, eds., The Middle East and the United States: History, Politics, and Ideologies (Fifth edition), 1:113.
  • Margetts, Helen, Peter John, Scott Hale, and Taha Yasseri, Political Turbulence: How Social Media Shape Collective Action, 3:130.
  • Omar, Irfan A. and Michael K. Duffy, eds., Peacemaking and the Challenge of Violence in the World’s Religions, 2:112.
  • Roth, John K., The Failures of Ethics: Confronting the Holocaust, Genocide, and Other Mass Atrocities, 2:104.
  • Schillings, Sonja, Enemies of All Humankind: Fictions of Legitimate Violence, 3:134.
  • Trovato, Sara, Mainstreaming Pacifism: Conflict, Success, and Ethics, 4:105.
  • Waller, James, Confronting Evil: Engaging Our Responsibility to Prevent Genocide, 2:101.
  • White, Timothy J., Lessons from the Northern Ireland Peace Process, 1:124.
  • Wilber, Ken, The Religion of Tomorrow, 4:100.



  • Ahmed, Saleem, 4:100.
  • Anyaduba, Chigbo Arthur, 2:104.
  • Bailey, Deborish, 1:124, 2:115.
  • Beitzel, Terry, 3:119.
  • Eby, Lloyd, 3:123.
  • Gill, Diana Clark, 1:120.
  • Johnston, Linda M., 2:109.
  • Lancaster, Guy, 2:101, 3:134.
  • Laven, Wim, 3:139.
  • Njonguo, Edwin, 3:130.
  • Royster, Michael D., 2:112, 4:105.
  • Saviour, Emah, 4:95.
    Shawcross, Alistair, 1:113.
  • Singh, Naresh, 1:117.
  • Wadlow, René, 3:137.



  • Kaplan, Morton A., 4:9.
  • Mancham, James R., 1:6.