Just Peace Diplomacy Journal Volume 12 has been published by IPSC. 
February 4, 2016 – 10:32 | No Comment

Just Peace Diplomacy Journal Volume 12 has been published in 112 pages and 7 articles in  English by the International Peace Studies Centre (IPSC).
 

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Proliferator of Hate – Trump’s address to the UN General Assembly
September 25, 2017 – 09:10 | No Comment
Proliferator of Hate – Trump’s address to the UN General Assembly

Hasti Safavi
International Peace Studies Centre – London

On the 19th September 2017 at the 72nd UN General Assembly, Donald Trump, the US President, threatened the five countries of  Iran, Cuba, North Korea, Syria, and Venezuela.  He …

The Rise of Islamophobia in Great Britain
September 26, 2016 – 07:24 | No Comment
The Rise of Islamophobia in Great Britain

Mehreen Amjad
In recent months there has been an astonishing rise in hate crimes against the Muslim community. In the UK alone it has been reported that attacks on British Muslims has risen by over 300% …

Kashmir – A non-democratic state in the biggest democracy in the World
August 28, 2016 – 11:43 | No Comment
Kashmir – A non-democratic state in the biggest democracy in the World

Mehreen Amjad
 
Kashmir has been a centre of dispute since  1947 after India and Pakistan sought independence. Mahraja Hari Singh who was the ruler of Kashmir was unable to a make a swift decision on whether …

  The ISIS and The Iraq Crisis roots and solutions in Interview with Professor William Beeman
July 26, 2014 – 03:17 | No Comment
  The ISIS and The Iraq Crisis roots and solutions in Interview with Professor William Beeman

International Peace Studies Center (IPSC)
William Beeman, is professor and chair of Anthropology at the university of Minnesota and an expert on Middle East for more than 40 years. He was formerly Professor of Anthropology and …

Key Factors Driving Iraq’s ISIL Crisis
July 16, 2014 – 01:15 | No Comment
Key Factors Driving Iraq’s ISIL Crisis

Abdollah Ghanbarloo
Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Political Thought and International Relations, IHCS
The lightning advance of the ISIL terrorists in Iraqhas caused a new wave of national security problems in Iraq and a big threat …

The Religious Foundations of the Edicts by Shi’ite Jurists Prohibiting Weapons of Mass Destruction
June 18, 2014 – 03:05 | No Comment
The Religious Foundations of the Edicts by Shi’ite Jurists Prohibiting Weapons of Mass Destruction

 The following is a summary of a paper presented by Ayatollah Abolqasem Alidoost at the conference on “Nuclear Jurisprudence” in Tehran March 2014

Introduction
Weapons of mass destruction (WMD) are a relatively new phenomena in international affairs, and …

IPSC: President of I.R. of Iran said: ECO sets new pattern of regional cooperation
November 26, 2013 – 22:45 | No Comment
IPSC: President of I.R. of Iran said: ECO sets new pattern of regional cooperation

Tehran, Nov 26,– President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday that the ECO sets a new pattern of regional cooperation.

IPSC: Iran urges regional cooperation against terrorism
November 26, 2013 – 22:38 | No Comment
IPSC: Iran urges regional cooperation against terrorism

Tehran, Nov 26,  – Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani said Tuesday the recent twin terrorist bombings in front of Iranian Embassy in Lebanon indicated the need for further regional cooperation …

The full text of Iran, P5+1 nuclear deal document November 2013
November 26, 2013 – 00:21 | No Comment
The full text of Iran, P5+1 nuclear deal document November 2013

The full document of Iran’s nuclear deal with the P5+1 which was signed by the Foreign Ministers of the 6 countries is as follows:
Geneva, 24 November 2013
Joint Plan of Action
Preamble
The goal for these negotiations is …

Dr Hassan Rowhani’s Presidency as An Important Opportunity for Nuclear Compromise between the West and Iran
June 21, 2013 – 01:55 | No Comment
Dr Hassan Rowhani’s Presidency as An Important Opportunity for Nuclear Compromise between the West and Iran

Dr Seyed G Safavi
International Peace Studies Centre – IPSC
 
Introduction
 
Dr Hassan Rowhani, who was the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council for 16 years and Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator during Iran’s reformist government, despite the …

The Self-Defeating Dynamics of American Hegemony in the Middle East: The Leveretts on Conversations with History
May 31, 2013 – 20:38 | No Comment

By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett, from www.GoingToTehran.com

Our experience in the U.S. government—running from roughly the period of the first Gulf War in the early 1990s until March 2003, just before the invasion of Iraq, …

The Challenges Facing Morsi
October 31, 2012 – 23:09 | No Comment
The Challenges Facing Morsi

Seyed G Safavi
International Peace Studies Centre – IPSC
 
Abstract
 
Mohamed Morsi’s victory in the Egyptian presidential election, 2012, inspired hope – in the Islamic world in general, and in Iran in particular – that dramatic change in …

Pakistan’s Political Developments in interview with Dr. Khalid Rahman
May 1, 2012 – 21:30 | No Comment
Pakistan’s Political Developments in interview with Dr. Khalid Rahman

 
By: Vali Kouzehgar Kaleji
International Peace Studies Center (IPSC)
Khalid Rahman is Director General of the Islamabad-based think-tank, the Institute of Policy Studies. The Institute’s main areas of research include Pakistani society, domestic political scene, the economic …

Iran and Turkey Relations: Challenges and Opportunities in interview with Bilgehan Alagoz
May 1, 2012 – 21:12 | No Comment
Iran and Turkey Relations: Challenges and Opportunities in interview with Bilgehan Alagoz

By: Vali Kouzehgar Kaleji
International Peace Studies Center (IPSC)

Bilgehan Alagoz holds a full-time faculty position as a lecturer at Institute for Middle East Studies of Marmara University, Istanbul. She was a visiting fellow at Middle …

Understanding Radical Islamic Militancy Against the West
April 15, 2012 – 01:54 | No Comment
Understanding Radical Islamic Militancy Against the West

 
Mohammad Sadegh Jokar
International Peace Studies Centre (IPSC) 

Abstract
 
This article tries to answer two questions; why is it that radical Islamists, or, as I prefer to call them, neo-fundamentalists,[1] engage in violent actions against the West? And …