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.
Shirin Ebadi’s lecture, “Human Rights in the Islamic World,” has been rescheduled due to circumstances beyond her control. This event will now take place at 12:30 p.m. on April 23 (Thursday). Ticket holders must exchange their tickets.
Xabier Agirre, M.A. ’95, a senior analyst for the International Criminal Court in The Hague, has received the Kroc Institute’s 2009 Distinguished Alumni Award.
The inauguration of Barack Obama as president of the United States is a momentous event that signals an opportunity for change, says Rashied Omar, a research scholar at Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.
A prominent military historian and strategist from Israel and a former U.S. special operations officer and expert on the future of war are the lead speakers for “Of War & Law,” a symposium and film festival to be held Feb. 12-14.
With civilians bearing the brunt of the current conflict near Gaza between the Israelis and Palestinians, both sides – as well as the international community – need to focus on how to end the violence, according to Professor Asher Kaufman.
Richard W. Bulliet, professor of history at Columbia University, argues that Christianity and Islam are sibling faiths whose history and future are closely intertwined.
Peter Wallensteen’s phone began ringing Friday morning (Oct. 10) after the Nobel Committee announced that Martti Ahtisaari, former president of Finland, had won the Nobel Peace Prize.
A new book by sociologist and peace scholar Jackie Smith describes the struggle between two visions of global society — one focused on wealth and profits, and one centered on people’s rights and justice.