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Bibliographic citations with abstracts describing all aspects of peace research, including the causes and correlates of conflict, case studies in conflict, tension, and war, international laws and conventions on peace and conflict, diplomacy, negotiation, and international relations, international organizations and nations and their policies on peace and conflict, military organization and policy, political and social movements, conflict resolution and peacekeeping, and arms control and disarmament.
Topics of concern to the United Nations through its publications and documents: international affairs and diplomacy, political science, contemporary history, international law, peacekeeping, human rights, trade and economic development, environmental affairs, international statistics and demography, public administration, and atomic energy.
Independent, non-profit educational foundation that develops and encourages the study and use of civilian-based, nonmilitary strategies aimed at establishing and defending human rights, democratic self-rule and justice worldwide.
For two years, Clemencia Rodriguez did fieldwork in regions of Colombia where leftist guerillas, right-wing paramilitary groups, the army, and drug traffickers made their presence felt in the lives of unarmed civilians. Here, he tells the story of the ways in which people living in the shadow of these armed intruders use community radio, television, video, digital photography, and the Internet to shield their communities from armed violence.