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

Akhtar, Nasreen and Hala Nageen, “The Syrian Conflict: An Inside-Out and Outside-In Approach,” 3:7.
Anderson, Gordon L., “From Feudal to Industrial Economies: An American View of Economic Motives,” 2:19.
Asghar-Zadeh, Darius, “Interreligious Peacebuilding Through Comparative Theology, 3:57.
Dahl-Eriksen, Tor, “R2P and the UN Security Council: An ‘Unreliable Allaince,’” 1:33.
Fox, Sarah Jane, “Policing Aviation and Keeping Peace: Intelligence-fed Security.” 1:61.
Gafurov, Akmal A., “From Feudal to Industrial Economies: Lessons from the Soviets and Chinese,” 2:7.
Hardy, Dennis, “Places of Peace: Utopia and a World Without War,” 4:9.
Imai, Kunihiko and Mariam Khawar, “Geography, Culture, Institutions, and Economy: Effects on Democracy,” 2:61.
Luna, Leonardo, “Colombian Violent Conflict: A Historical Perspective,” 4:53.
Nyadera, Israel Nyaburi and Mohamed Omar Bincof, “Human Security, Terrorism, and Counterterrorism: Boko Haram and the Taliban,” 1:7.
Shafi, Khalid, “The Role of Civil Society in Religious Extremism in Pakistan Post-9/11,” 3:35.
Singh, Katyayani and Anoop Swarup, “Progress and Peace: Enlightenment Now from both Science and Religion,” 4:33.
Wei, Chynjuan Nancy, “From Mao to Deng to Xi: How Incentives Work for China,” 2:31.

Gafurov, Akmal A., “Commentary on Anderson and Wei,” 2:59.

Ateek, Naim Stifan, A Palestinian Theology of Liberation: The Bible, Justice, and the Palestine-Israel Conflict, 3:83.
Dale, Edward J., Completing Piaget’s Project: Transpersonal Philosophy and the Future of Psychology, 3:95.
Dennis, Marie, ed., Choosing Peace: The Catholic Church Returns to Gospel Nonviolence, 4:92.
Eaton, Heather and Lauren Michelle Levesque, eds., Advancing Nonviolence and Social Transformation: New Perspectives on Nonviolent Theories, 1:91.
Fog, Agner, Warlike and Peaceful Societies: The Interaction of Genes and Culture, 1:95.
Hurd, Ian, How to Do Things with International Law, 3:88.
Katongole, Emmanuel, The Journey of Reconciliation: Groaning for a New Creation in Africa, 3:99.
Laux, Douglas and Ralph Pezzullo, Left of Boom: How A Young CIA Case Officer Penetrated the Taliban and al-Qaeda, 2:99.
Mehta, Deepak and Rahul Roy, Violence and the Quest for Justice in South Asia, 4:83.
Miller Jefrrey B., World War I Crusaders: A Band of Yanks in German-occupied Belgium Help Save Millions from Starvation as Civilians Resist the Harsh German Rule. August 1914 to May 1917, 4:85.
Peterson, Jordan, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, 1:99.
Stearns, Peter N., Peacebuilding through Dialogue: Education, Transformation, and Conflict Resolution, 4:97.
Swazo, Norman K., Destroying Idols: Revisioning the Meaning of “God.” 3:91.
Zanchetta, Barbara, The Transformation of American International Power in the 1970s, 2:105.

Abubakar, Ismail Hashim, 2:99.
Anderson, Gordon L., 3:91.
Baghere, Saeed, 1:95.
Bufton, Deborah, 4:86.
Chase, Steve, 4:92.
Downs, Johnathan Taylor, 2:105.
Ewert, Lowell, 3:88.
Greene, Paul D., 4:85.
Laven, Wim, 4:97.
Rappé, Donald, 3:83.
Royster, Michael D., 3:99.
Trubshaw, Don, 1:99.
Wadlow, René, 3:95.
Woehrle, Lynne M., 1:91.