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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The United States’ New Approach toward Afghanistan
May 12, 2011 – 18:52 | No Comment
The United States’ New Approach toward Afghanistan

 
 
 
Yaser Miri
International Peace Studies Centre – IPSC
 
Abstract
            After the new government led by Barack Obama came to power in the United States, earlier criticism directed at Bush administration’s policies and the Republicans’ conduct towards Afghanistan …

Tanks or Tractors: United States’ Military Missions or Multilateral Regional Support for Economic Prosperity and Peace in Afghanistan?
September 15, 2010 – 02:09 | No Comment
Tanks or Tractors: United States’ Military Missions or Multilateral Regional Support for Economic Prosperity and Peace in Afghanistan?

Dr Seyed G Safavi
International Peace Studies Centre- IPSC
 
Abstract
 
 Despite Obama’s promises that U.S. troops will begin withdrawal from Afghanistan in July 2010, this country still remains in crisis. In spite of spending billions of dollars and the …

European Union and Iran’s Shared Mutual Interests in Afghanistan
August 7, 2010 – 02:00 | No Comment

Mohammad Moadab

International Peace Studies Centre – IPSC
Abstract
Events unfolding on September 11, 2001 and United States’ subsequent invasion of Afghanistan at the start of the third millennium gave shape to the New World Order.  We need …

The Relationship Between Poverty And Violence In Afghanistan
July 29, 2010 – 01:52 | No Comment

 
Nabiollah Ebrahimi
International Peace Studies Centre – IPSC
 Abstract        
 
 The main goal of this paper is to analyze the relationship between poverty and the spread of violence in Afghanistan. In this discussion, poverty means a lack …

Ethnic Gap and Political Stability in Afghanistan (2001 to the present)
June 4, 2010 – 01:54 | No Comment
Ethnic Gap and Political Stability in Afghanistan (2001 to the present)

Habibollah fazeli
International Peace Studies Centre – IPSC

            Afghanistan, after separation from what was considered the guarded domains of greater Iran in 1856, has been experiencing a perpetual alteration of governments and turbulent political instability that …