Drawing on the cases of South Africa, East Timor, Sierra Leone, and the Solomon Islands, examines how Truth and Reconciliation Commissions (TRCs) have engaged with youth in ways that represent their stories and reflect their substantive participatory capacity as political stakeholders.
Analyzes the relationship between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas since 2007, a period of time that has been marked by the parties' continual failure to end political disagreements and formulate a common national vision.
Inspiring collection narrating how peace activists found their calling and why the world still needs peace activism.
A transdisciplinary approach to reconciliation practices and policies by an international team of scholars and scholar-practitioners.
A compelling, intimate account of how US foreign assistance in war zones and developing countries does not achieve its intended goals.
Offers a conceptual foundation for nonviolent rhetoric.
Discusses the many facets of globalization and its feasible reform in easy-to-understand language.
Defines a new research area linking youth cultures and music with peacebuilding practice and policy.
Argues that violence is no more reliable than any other means of conducting politics.
A groundbreaking collection of forty-two Israeli poetic voices protesting the occupation of the West Bank.
Essays that highlight the role of education in bringing about inclusive citizenship and human rights norms.
Addresses the social, educational, and political implications of youth activism, especially peace activism.
Recounts and evaluates the worldwide effort to ban landmines.
A study in comparative virtue ethics.
Maintains that the secular West has its gods—such as market capitalism—and that veneration of these contributes to the cultural and religious unrest of our time.
Examines the overlapping aims, values, and concepts in peace and environmental education.
Acknowledging that religion can motivate both violence and compassion, this book looks at how a variety of world religions can and do build peace.
Addresses the inter-Arab dimension of Middle East politics and its impact on the Palestinian conflict.
This book probes the origins of the practice of nonviolence in early India and traces its path within the Jaina, Hindu, and Buddhist traditions, including its impact on East Asian Cultures. It then turns ...
To most Americans, the Gulf War symbolizes the culmination of a highly sophisticated decision-making process within the Bush administration. In this highly readable and challenging book, Hybel demonstrates ...
What can one person do to foster world peace? How does one person's state of mind affect the state of the world? How can the ideal of nonviolence be manifested in daily life? Buddhists have been exploring ...
Waging Nuclear Peace is a clear and informative interdisciplinary survey of the issues surrounding nuclear war. It raises and attempts to answer questions that often go unasked. How can we measure the ...