Research on “Russia’s 9/11” shows surprising response to violence

Cortright to testify at Congressional hearing on women in Afghanistan

Scholar studying youth and education in post-war Sierra Leone

ND Expert: Nonviolence key to successful revolution

Notre Dame’s peace institute responds to tumult in the Middle East

New book on peace complements Catholic teaching on ethics of war

New research report on women and security in Afghanistan

Notre Dame launches global research project on Catholic, Muslim, secular interaction

New book reevaluates the work of theologian Hans Frei

Research to focus on increasing security for humanitarian workers worldwide

Lecture to provide insider’s look at New START treaty

New book by father-daughter peacebuilders published

New research focuses on forgotten victims of European wars

Students selected to present peacebuilding proposal at U.N.

New book advances bold new vision of peacebuilding

Martha Minow to Deliver 16th Annual Hesburgh Lecture

Report urges U.S. policymakers to engage with global religious actors

Summer Institute prepares faculty to teach peace

Study on ‘untouchables’ can help end human rights abuses, says Notre Dame scholar

New book focuses on reconciling societies shattered by violence

NSF grant to support Kroc research on ending civil wars

Johansen honored for lifetime achievements in peace

New York Times U.N. bureau chief to speak at Notre Dame

Kroc Institute launches Peace Policy journal

Kroc, Oxford University Press to collaborate on volumes on peace

Notre Dame faculty receive grants for peace research

ND Experts: Strong sanctions needed against North Korea

Three Kroc Institute scholars earn prestigious fellowships

Reconciliation focus of workshops in Burundi

Research sheds new light on Rwanda killings