New issue
The opening article by Neuroscientist David Bueno presents a series of new data on the influence of genes on aggressive behaviour.
In exploring a hitherto neglected field, Craig Zelizer develops an
analytical model regarding the role of humor in peacebuilding in divided
societies.
 
The third article by Stean Auguste Nkumb Tshiband engages in a discussion of civilian peacekeeping as contrasted to multidimensional
peacekeeping based on both practical and theoretical insights, and
Vjeran Katunaric studies gender equality as a crucial element of peace
culture in Croatia.
 
In her article “Reciprocal recognition as a means of peaceful conflict transformation”, Sonia París makes a claim for nonviolent
conflict settlement based on Axel Honneth’s theory of recognition. A
legal perspective is employed by Eduardo Vázquez de Castro, who writes
on mediation in consumer issues comparing Spanish and European
legislation.
 
The section PIONEERS is this time dedicated to the non-violent resistance of two Maori chiefs in 19th century New Zealand and draws a
link between the politics of acts of resistance and faith-based
justifications.
Lastly, the issue’s PROFILE presents the Rotary Peace Foundation.
 
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