This special issue—the final issue of Volume 4—focuses on peacebuilders: Who are they? How do they work? What are their unique needs and capacities? What challenges do they face?
In most cases, local elites hold a negative view of the role of the diaspora in peacebuilding and, at best, view diaspora engagement as limited to economic development.
What people believe matters. It matters, most crucially, to decisions about how to act. We all must make sense of
Diaspora support for militant groups is associated with a 7% increased probability that the militant group will shift towards nonviolent tactics.