International Journal of Nonviolence

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The International Journal of Nonviolence "is a 100-page-plus twice-yearly scholarly journal in which theorists and activists discuss nonviolence. Each issue focuses on one central theme but includes a variety of material. This includes theoretical articles, analyses of nonviolent struggles, book reviews and thesis abstracts. International Journal of Nonviolence is edited by Paul Hubers and published by Nonviolence International in conjunction with the Peace and Conflict Studies Program in the School of International Service at American University." [1]

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  1. International Journal of Nonviolence, International Journal of Nonviolence, accessed July 8, 2007.