Our 2008 issue addresses the complexities of conflict resolution asit pertains to moving beyond the brutality of war and the political,legal, and human resources needed to arrive at an environmentfor peace.
Getting from War to an Environment for Peace
Why achieving reconciliation in Iraq is possible: Suggestions formechanisms and processes including a truth and reconciliation commission
Jeremy Sarkin and Heather Sensibaugh
Saving Darfur: Does Advocacy Help or Hinder Conflict Resolution?
If We Could Read & Hear Their Stories . . . Protection Strategies Employed by Victims of Sexual Violence: A Comparative Study of Liberia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Traditional Justice as Transitional Justice: A Comparative Case Study of Rwanda and East
A Model of Transitional Justice for Somalia
Local Governance After War: Some Reflections On Donor Behavior In Burundi
A Day of Fieldwork in Rwanda
Reflections from Northern Uganda