The Peace Science Digest provides organized, accessible and relevant analysis of the top academic research in the field of peace and conflict studies.
New research examines the interactive dimensions between movements and their opponents to explain why civil resistance is successful or silenced.
New research illuminates the impact of armed resistance on nonviolent struggle and raises questions about Antifa’s approach to stopping fascism.
Success rates for nonviolent resistance are decreasing as regimes become more savvy, but there are ways for movements to improve their odds and even win.
New research takes stock of the characteristics, challenges and successes of recent indigenous civil resistance movements in North America.
Recent research argues that the diverse identities among activists in Palestine is what gives the movement its power.
New research explores how humor is used in nonviolent action — particularly its ability to disrupt dominant discourses and challenge power.