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Volume 1, Issue 5

Volume 1, Issue 5

Dear Readers,

We hope you enjoy Volume 1, Issue 5 of the Peace Science Digest.

Inside this issue, we provide relevant research examining multiple lenses of war prevention and the viable nonviolent alternatives: how domestic protests influence coups; oil, terrorism and insurgency in the Middle East and North Africa; democracy, human rights and terrorism as possible motives for U.S. military intervention; the uneven distribution of civilian casualties, politics, and public support for Israel; and how nonviolent resistance contributes to strong democracies.

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