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Author: Aaron M. Oberne
A political college student's reflection of American politics through five personal essays.
Someone who dislikes the US and has listened to anti-US teachers from the '70's and '80's.
In the conflict resolution realm, “track II” peacemaking or diplomacy has become increasingly common, complementing the more formal track I peacemaking effort...
The methodology defined in this work helps a media assessment team understand the causes of conflict in a society, identify changes that could reduce that con...
This report, which draws on the International Futures modeling system for its analysis, focuses on vulnerability to conflict. This meta-analysis approach seek...
The field of gender, conflict, and peace building has emerged over recent decades; become institutionalized through policymaking, legal practice, and the deve...