Bans and Remote Borders: Dissent under Difficult Conditions
Within a week of assuming office in 2017, President Trump took action to make good on his campaign promise of
Creative Transformation of Conflict: A Case Study of Makungu High School in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo
We have developed a new approach of resolving conflict peacefully through organizing workshops with teachers and pupils in order to
Peace Education in Urban Schools
In a recently submitted paper, the Marquette University Center for Peacemaking (CfP) examined faculty and administration perceptions of Marquette University
How to Avert Yet Another War in the Middle East
Much has been speculated and written about the possibility, trajectory, and the likely consequences of a war between the United
Dialogue: an Ethic for U.S. Cities
What is a city? According to a demographic and sociological description of the modern city, a city is an extensive
Welcome to Peace Matters
Welcome to Peace Matters, a blog hosted by the Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies. The Wisconsin Institute is
Taking Action for Peace Day
Every year on September 21st the International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”) offers us an opportunity to bridge differences and
Book Review of Transformative Change: An Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies
Transformative Change: An Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies. Laura E. Reimer, Cathryne L. Schmitz, Emily M. Janke, Ali Askerov,