Peace and Conflict Studies (ISSN 1082-7307) is committed to interdisciplinary explorations of conflict resolution, peace building, humanitarian assistance, and other mechanisms that seek to prevent and control violence. PCS is also interested in articles focusing on social change and nonviolence, including such areas as sustainable development, reflective practice, action research, human rights, peace education, and intercultural relations. Views expressed in articles and other contributions that appear in PCS do not necessarily reflect endorsement by the Editorial Board or Staff. PCS provides a forum for dialogue around various ideas, assessments, recommendations, and critiques.
Peace and Conflict Studies is indexed and/or abstracted in Peace Research Abstracts Journal, Public Affairs Information Service, Scopus, Sociological Abstracts, Psychological Abstracts, PsycINFO, Political Science Manuscripts, International Political Science Abstracts and Worldviews.
Current Issue: Volume 29, Number 1 (2022)
How Can You Call Her a Woman? Male Soldiers’ Views on Women in the DRC Armed Forces
Dostin Lakika and Ingrid Palmary
Prevent Violence, Strengthen Democracy: Electoral Codes of Conduct for the United States
Cathy Buerger and Tonei Glavinic
Fusion Energy for Peacebuilding: A Trinity Test-Level Critical Juncture
Elias Carayannis, John Draper, and Balwant Bhaneja