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At least four Americans killed in Sri Lanka Easter bombings

Ebrahim Moosa, Professor of Islamic Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, and Department of History, commented in the ABC News Nightline YouTube story “At least four Americans killed in Sri Lanka Easter bombings.”

At least four Americans killed in Sri Lanka Easter bombings

Unity at the heart of prayer service for mosque shooting victims

Ebrahim Moosa, Professor of Islamic Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, and Department of History, in the ND News article “Unity at the heart of prayer service for mosque shooting victims.”

Unity at the heart of prayer service for mosque shooting victims

Are there warning signs before a tragic ending?

Laura Miller-Graff, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Peace Studies, was featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article “Are there warning signs before a tragic ending?

Are there warning signs before a tragic ending?

Erdogan enrages Nato by seeking new Russian arms

Kroc Faculty Fellow Perin Gurel (Assistant Professor of American Studies and Concurrent Assistant Professor of Gender Studies) was quoted in The Times article “Erdogan enrages Nato by seeking new Russian arms.”

Erdogan enrages Nato by seeking new Russian arms

The Iraq War and WMDs: An intelligence failure or White House spin?

David Cortright, Director of Policy Studies and the Peace Accords Matrix, and George A. Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies, were noted in the Washington Post article "The Iraq War and WMDs: An intelligence failure or White House spin?…

The Iraq War and WMDs: An intelligence failure or White House spin?

Index Ranks U.S. Cities Based on Climate Risk and Readiness

Patrick Regan, Professor of Political Science and Peace Studies, was instrumental in the creation of the Urban Adaptation Assessment, an open-source, free measurement and analysis tool that explores a city’s ability to adapt and readiness for adaptation to climate change. Read more »…

Index Ranks U.S. Cities Based on Climate Risk and Readiness

Protest, Anti-Partisanship, and the Trajectory of Democratic Crisis in Brazil

Associate Professor Ann Mische writes about the democratic crisis in Brazil for the Mobilizing Ideas blog: "Brazil is the country of the future – 'always in the future' (as Brazilians typically add with a laugh). The future of the world looks very bleak right now. Can Brazil help to re-direct world-historical currents...

Protest, Anti-Partisanship, and the Trajectory of Democratic Crisis in Brazil

Where are the Women in Peace Agreement Implementation?

Kroc's own Madhav Joshi and Louise Olsson write on the status of gender considerations within the peace agreement implementation process in Colombia for PVGlance: "Strengthened efforts to realize the gender stipulations of the Peace Agreement can help set new standards for future peace processes elsewhere. As Resolution 1325 turns 20, Colombia...

Where are the Women in Peace Agreement Implementation?

What are the prospects for South Sudan’s new peace agreement?

Madhav Joshi, associate director of the Peace Accords Matrix project and associate research professor, and Matthew Hauenstein, postdoctoral research associate at Kroc, wrote an in-depth analysis piece for The Washington Post titled, "What are the prospects for South Sudan’s new peace agreement? Here are the critical next steps." 

What are the prospects for South Sudan’s new peace agreement?