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 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 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 …

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 …

Islamic Radicalism and Failure to Establish the Ideal Government
September 10, 2011 – 19:01 | No Comment

Seyed Abdolamir Nabavi
Institute for Social and Cultural Studies (ISCS), Tehran, Iran

Abstract
Islamic Radicalism in the Arab World, despite many years of serious and constant struggles, has been unable to attain its most important goal: the establishment …

Syria Crisis; Regional Origins and International Implications
August 2, 2011 – 18:58 | No Comment
Syria Crisis; Regional Origins and International Implications

Dr. Mehrdad Navabakhsh[1]
Dr. Tahere Torabi[2]
Abstract
This problem exists in terms of dealing with the government’s immediate behaviour of killing protesters, as well as what to do with a government that has never been an ally …

Middle East Uprisings: Impact on US Regional Influence
June 7, 2011 – 19:04 | No Comment
Middle East Uprisings: Impact on US Regional Influence

 
Shireen T. Hunter
IPSC, Washington D.C
Abstract
 
 
               Since January 2011 the countries of the Middle East and North Africa have experienced popular uprisings. In two countries Egypt and Tunisia these have led to the unseating of the …

Turkey’ New Activist Foreign Policy: Challenges and Opportunities for Iran
April 25, 2011 – 02:25 | No Comment
Turkey’ New Activist Foreign Policy: Challenges and Opportunities for Iran

Shireen Tahmasseb (Hunter)
IPSC, Washington, USA                                                 
Abstract
 
In the last three years, Turkish foreign policy has been very active  in areas such as the Middle East and South Asia which since the establishment of the Turkish Republic have …

The US and Muslim Nations: Failure to Engage – A Review of the Brookings Institution’s Poll on Arab Public Opinion
August 25, 2010 – 21:49 | No Comment

By Seyed Safavi and H Safavi
International Peace Studies Centre (IPSC)

The Brooking Institution’s 2010 poll on Arab public opinion offers important insights. Perhaps one of the most important aspects of this poll is that it sheds …