- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict and peace
- Peace and development
An 'election-violence' paradox: voting during civil conflict often leads to violence, but elections are often still considered a way to stabilize peace after a conflict ends.
Is terrorism an effective strategy for coercing a country to grant political and territorial concessions?
The recent report by the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gives conflicting messages on the question of whether climate change leads to violent conflict.
If corruption is as widespread and costly as people suggest, we need better evidence on how much corruption there is and how it affects people's daily lives.
The International Maritime Security Conference showed that maritime security is vital for other forms of security.
For a peacebuilding and reconstruction policy to succeed, it must consider how people are affected by war and violence.
While we have growing amounts of data on the relationship between violent conflict and household welfare, the theory is still catching up.