Peace and Conflict Studies

Safeguarding Sovereignty, Righting Human Wrongs: A Jurisprudential Justification for the Philippines' Ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

This journal article, which was published soon after the Philippines' ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), discusses…

Restor(y)ing Meaning: A Philippine family's Narratives of Taiwan Youth Exchange Programs and Identity Formation

Restor(y)ing Meaning: A Philippine family's Narratives of Taiwan Youth Exchange Programs and Identity Formation

Buk sinar

TAP (Tugas AKHIR PEMBELAJARAN) untuk universitas terbuka

The Price of Peace. The Human Rights Movement in Postwar El Salvador

The Price of Peace. The Human Rights Movement in Postwar El Salvador

De politiek van civiele diplomatie. Burgeroorlog en mensenrechten in El Salvador (with Chris van der Borgh)

De politiek van civiele diplomatie. Burgeroorlog en mensenrechten in El Salvador (with Chris van der Borgh)

Caminar con el Pueblo. Entrevista con Jon Cortina

Caminar con el Pueblo. Entrevista con Jon Cortina

Revolution and Accommodation. Post-Insurgency in El Salvador (abstract in English)

Revolution and Accommodation. Post-Insurgency in El Salvador (abstract in English)

Ulster Loyalism, Ulster Unionism and the Irish State, 1972-1982

"This paper examines the relationship between Ulster Loyalism, Ulster Unionism and the Irish state over a ten year period, with particular emphasis on the…

Unionism, Britishness and the Irish Dimension in the Anglo-Irish Agreement

Unionism, Britishness and the Irish Dimension in the Anglo-Irish Agreement

Sectarianism, the Irish Dimension and the Unionist Ideology during the 1970s

"This paper scrutinises the role of sectarianism in the development and expression of Ulster Unionism as a political ideology, especially in its…

Ulster Unionism and Irish Historiography

This paper examines the position of Ulster Unionism within Irish historiography, with particular emphasis on its general omission and whether one can plausibly…

Irish Government and the character of Loyalist Violence, 1970-1980

"This paper examines the relationship between successive Irish Governments and Ulster Loyalists, with particular emphasis on the exegesis of Loyalist…
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