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Strong Sanctions Needed against N. Korea, Experts Say

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.

Strong Sanctions Needed against N. Korea, Experts Say

Kroc Website Wins Award

The Kroc Institute’s website has won a silver award from Horizon Interactive Awards “for excellence in interactive media.”

Kroc Website Wins Award

This Year’s New Professors of Peace

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.

This Year’s New Professors of Peace

Students Connect Gender and Peace

Kroc master’s students are exploring connections between gender and peacebuilding by pursuing a new graduate-level minor in gender studies.

Students Connect Gender and Peace

Ebadi Urges Support for Human Rights

Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi called on scholars, students, people of faith, elected officials, and citizens everywhere to stand up for human rights in Iran, the US, and around the world.

Ebadi Urges Support for Human Rights

New Award for Nobel Laureate

Shirin Ebadi arrives on campus today at the invitation of the Kroc Institute. Two days ago (April 21) she received Germany’s Roland Berger Human Dignity Award.

New Award for Nobel Laureate

New Fellows Focus on Africa

Meet Jean Baptiste Talla and Ameth Diouf, the Kroc Institute’s 2009 Catholic Relief Services fellows.

New Fellows Focus on Africa

New Hope for Nuclear-Free World

President Obama’s recent speech in Prague on nuclear weapons was one of the most visionary statements ever uttered by an American president, said Kroc research scholar David Cortright.

New Hope for Nuclear-Free World

Student Conference Focuses on Peace Research

Students from across North America gathered at Notre Dame on April 3-4 for the annual Student Peace Conference. The conference was planned and directed entirely by undergraduates.

Student Conference Focuses on Peace Research