This article examines whether civil society has played a role in peacebuilding efforts beyond traditional government-driven peace negotiations in the
“Celebrate diversity”—on bumper stickers, on school bulletin boards, this statement has been so ubiquitous to have begun to feel tame,
Since the end of the Second World War, the United States has implemented a foreign policy strategy where U.S.
At first glance, building peace after war seems like an undeniably benign enterprise. How could one argue with reconstructing and
There are multiple examples of nonviolent resistance during the Abolition Movement in the United States yet, as this research points
Eight years ago, the Sri Lankan civil war came to a brutal conclusion, with some 150,000 Tamil civilians trapped in
Research on civil resistance tends to focus on cases where nonviolent methods are used to challenge authoritarian or otherwise unjust
In situations of armed conflict, sanctions are tools available to the international community to influence armed actors away from violence.
Civil wars have emerged as one of the more common forms of armed conflict in the last few decades. Factors