In his new book, Christian Davenport examines media bias and its implications for violence, protest, repression, and peace.
In the latest issue of Peace Policy, three experts explain why we must, we can, and we should work toward a world without nuclear weapons.
In his new book, Ernesto Verdeja discusses the reconciliation of former enemies following war, genocide, or violence.
Kroc researchers received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study how third parties can help end civil wars and promote respect for human rights, reduced poverty, and social justice.
Neil MacFarquhar, who has covered the Middle East for nearly 20 years, will discuss the region's struggles to adjust to the pressures of modernity.
Christian Davenport is the Kroc Institute’s new Professor of Peace Studies, Political Science, and Sociology.
Emad Shahin has been appointed Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding.
Tough new sanctions, which the UN is preparing to impose on North Korea, are a necessary response to that country's defiance of nuclear nonproliferation agreements, said David Cortright and George A. Lopez.
In this short video, Scott Appleby, director of the Kroc Institute, comments on President Obama's June 4 address in Cairo.
Three new Kroc faculty are bringing new perspectives on peace into the classroom while contributing to research on religion, conflict, ethics, political violence, and peacebuilding.