The Peace History Society is seeking nominations for its special award for authors who
have published an outstanding article on peace history. Articles may be about the history
of the peace movement, the responses of individuals to peace and war, the relationship
between the peace movement and other reforming groups, gender-specific issues in the field
of warfare and peacemaking, comparative analyses, or quantitative studies. The value of
the prize is $US500.
Contact: Patrick Coy, Assistant Professor, Center for Applied Conflict
Management, Kent State University, 302 Bowman Hall, Kent, OH 44242, USA, Tel.: +1 (330)
672-2875, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Peace Studies Association (PSA) invites its members to nominate individuals who
have made an outstanding contribution in the field of peace studies to be considered for
its award, which will be presented at the PSA's spring meeting. The following criteria
will be taken into consideration when awarding the prize:
- outstanding contribution to teaching/work with students
- original contributions to peace studies
- commitment to the PSA
- outstanding contributions in the area of research, education, or intervention in a major
conflict of current interest
- promotion of peace studies
- assistance to currently active peace-researchers
- involvement in broad-based areas from the personal to the international level; a global
- successful integration of research and practical activity
Nominations and accompanying documentation should be sent to the address below, to
arrive no later than 15 January 1999.
Contact: Lester Kurtz, Sociology and Asian Studies, University of Texas at
Austin, Austin, TX 78712, USA.
The Copenhagen Peace Research Institute (COPRI) wishes to recruit the following two
members of staff for its planned `Global Governance and Peace' (GOV) project, to begin in
Projektseniorforsker (Senior Project Research Fellow), to define the project's
Forsker (Research Fellow)
Both posts are for a fixed three-year term in the first instance, but may be renewed.
The GOV programme is intended to support and complement the following existing programmes:
`European Security', `Security in the Nordic and Baltic Sea Area', `Military
Restructuring', `Intra-state Conflict: Causes and Peace Strategies'. The special focus of
this programme will be theoretical and empirical analysis of the institutionalized of
international relations and the emergence of networks of global and regional governance,
their effectiveness, legitimacy, and their relationship to peace.
Candidates for the Projektseniorforsker post should have a doctorate and two
years' research experience; candidates for the Forsker position should be
postgraduates. Candidates for both posts should be able to offer proof of significant
activity in the above-mentioned areas, should be able to work in a team, and be fluent in
The deadline for applications is 13 November 1998. Prospective candidates should
request an application form and further information from the address below.
Contact: COPRI, Fredericiagade 18, DK-1310 Copenhagen K, Denmark, Tel.:
+45/33455050, Fax: +45/33455060, e-mail: email@example.com, http://www.copri.dk
- W. Bender, Ethische Dimensionen nachhaltiger Entwicklung (1/97)
- W. Liebert, Gestaltung von Forschung und Technik/Wertfreiheit oder Wertbindung der
Wissenschaft/Reformbedarf für eine zukunftsfähige Hochschule in der Gesellschaft--Drei
Vorträge an der Technischen Hochschule Darmstadt (2/97)
- J. Scheffran, Modellierung von Umweltkonflikten und nachhaltiger Entwicklung,
Anwendungsmöglichkeiten in der Klima- und Energiepolitik (3/97)
- W. Liebert, The Use of Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) in Research Reactions: Implications
for Proliferation (4/97)
- M. B. Kalinowski, Perspektiven der nuklearen Abrüstung (5/97)
- K. Nixdorff, Gefährdung durch biologische Agenzien/Biologische-Waffen-Konvention (6/97)
- W. Krabs/S. Pickl, time-Discrete Dynamical Games (1/98)
- M. E. Hummel/J. Scheffran/H.-R. Simon (eds.), Konfliktfeld Biodiversität (2/98)
- M. B. Kalinowski/H. Sartorius/S. Uhl/W. Weiss, Rückschließbarkeit auf
Plutoniumabtrennungen durch Auswertung von Messungen des atmosphärischen Krypton-85 in
Wochenproben bei verschiedenen Abständen von der Wiederaufbereitungsanlage Karlsruhe
- W. Bender, Ethische Aspekte prospektiver Technikbewertung: Das Beispiel Kernfusion.
Antrittsvorlesung im Fachbereich Gesellschafts- und Geschichtswissenschaften der
Technischen Universität Darmstadt (4/98)
- Contact: IANUS, TU Darmstadt, z. Hd. Brigitte Schulda, Hochschulstr. 10, D-64289
Darmstadt, Tel.: +49 (6151) 16-4368, Fax: +49 (6151) 166039, e-mail:
- Martin B. Kalinowsi (ed.), Fissile Materials and Tritium: How to Verify a Comprehensive
Production Cut-off and Safeguard All Stocks. Selected Papers of a Workship on June 29/30
1005 in Geneva, Switzerland (inesap Conference Proceedings, 1)
- ---- (ed.), INESAP 1996 Conference: from Non-proliferation towards a
Nuclear-Weapon-Free-World. May 30-June 2 1996 in Gotheburg, Sweden (inesap Conference
- ---- (ed.), INESAP 1997 Conference: Challenges and Opportunities for a
Nuclear-Weapon-Free-World. September 8-10 1997 in Shanghai, China (inesap Conference
- ----/Wolfgang Liebert/Jürgen Scheffran, Beyond Technical Verification: Transparency,
Verification, and Preventive Control for the Nuclear Weapons Convention (inesap Briefing
- Owen Greene, Multilateralising the Nuclear Disarmament Process: Some Next Steps for the
Nuclear Weapons States Convention (inesap Briefing Paper 2/98)
- Martin B. Kalinowski, Cut-off in the NPT Review Process. does a Cut-off Agreement Offer
a Leverage to Overcome the Current Deadlock between Complete Nuclear Disarmament and
Non-proliferation? Convention (inesap Briefing Paper 3/98)
- Andrew Lichterman/Jacqueline Cabasso, A Faustian Bargain: Why `Stockpile Stewardship' is
Incompatible with the Process of Nuclear Disarmament Convention (inesap Briefing Paper
- F. H. Hammad, Regional Monitoring and Verification System for a WMDFZ in the Middle East
Convention (inesap Briefing Paper 5/98)
- Wolfgang Liebert, New German Research Reactor Using Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) Raises
Concern Convention (inesap Briefing Paper 6/98)
- Contact: INESAP, c/o IANUS, TU Darmstadt, z. Hd. Brigitte Schulda, Hochschulstr.
10, D-64289 Darmstadt, Tel.: +49 (6151) 16-4368, Fax: +49 (6151) 166039
- Attila çgh, `Processes of Democratization in the Central European and Balkan States:
Sovereignty-related Conflicts in the Context of Europeanization'
- Pinhas Artzi, `Armarna Diplomacy ca. 1460-1200 BCE'
- Mohammed Ayoob, `The Contemporary Relevance of Westphalia to the Third World'
- Didier Bigo, `The Conquest of Distance and the State System: The Impact of Transnational
Relations, Non-governmental Actors, the World Economy and Global Changes'
- Daina Bleiere, `Sub-regional Co-operation in Central and Eastern Europe: Challenges to
- Chris Brown, `Reflections on the Normative Implications of the "Conquest of
- Barry Buzan/Richard Little, `A Postmodern International System?'
- James Calleja, `The Role of the State in Education'
- Brian Campbell, `Diplomacy in the Roman World (c.500BC-AD235)'
- Christopher Clapham, `Westphalian Agendas in Tropical Africa'
- Raymond Cohen, `The Great Tradition: The Spread of Diplomacy in the Ancient World'
- Ariel Colonomis, `Socio-religious Dynamics in the Westphalian Tradition'
- Stphane Corcuff, `Cases of Pluralistic Identification in Peninsular Brittany and Insular
- Michael Cox, `The Northern Ireland Conflict and the End of the Cold War'
- Derek Croxton, `The Peace of Westphalia and the Origins of Sovereignty'
- Jacobus Delwaide, `Sovereignty between National Revival and Postmodern Transcendence'
- Thomas Diez, `Who's Conquering Whom? Security and the "Conquest of DistanceÓ'
- David Elgavish, `Biblical Diplomacy'
- Chris Farrands, `Regionalisations, Globalisation and the Re-imagining of the Post Cold
War International Relations'
- Graham S. Galer, `The Writer as Interpreter and Prophet: Late Twentieth-Century Images
of the First World War'
- Sumit Ganguly, `Westphalia in South Asia and beyond'
- A. J. R. Groom, `United Nations Peacekeeping'
- Björn Hettne, `The Fate of Territoriality beyond Westphalia'
- Alice Hills, `Coercion and the Management of Change in the Developing Economies of S. E.
Asia: The Case of Singapore and Brunei'
- Xiaoming Huang, `First Man, Last Governor, and the Logic of Human Collectivity'
- Thomas O. Hueglin, `Althusian Federalism in a Post-Westphalian World: Early Modern
Concepts for a Late-Modern Democratic Order'
- Zlatoko Isakovic, `ius ad bellum from Grotius to the United Nations'
- Robert H. Jackson, `Hugo Grotius and the Pluralist Moment in World Politics'
- Pertti Joenniemi, `Regionalism and the Discourse on Distance'
- Maurice Keens-Soper, `Edmund Burke and the System of Europe'
- Bernard Lafont, `International Relations in the Ancient Near East: The Birth of a
Complete Diplomatic "SystemÓ'
- Richard Langhorne, `Full Circle: New Principals and Old Consequences in the Modern
- Randal Lesaffer, `The Westphalia Peace Treaties and the Contribution to Early Modern
Peace Treaties to the European States System'
- Czeslaw Mesjasz, `Finance and Security in East-West Relations from Perestroika to
- Bjørn Møller, `Towards a New Global Military Order'
- Fred Nash, `British Exceptionalism: Geo-historical Imperatives and Policy Options'
- James Nathan, `Westphalia's New International Order: On the Origins of Grand Strategy in
- Cornelia Navari, `The New Diplomacy and the New State'
- K. A. O'Brien, (Draft) `External Security Forces and Central Africa'
- Andreas Osiander, `The Holy Roman Empire as an International Relations Problem'
- Necati Polat, `Sovereignty, Justice, Violence: A Critical Legal Perspective'
- Rodolfo Ragionieri, `World Politics: Post-bipolar? Post-Westphalian? Post-modern?'
- L. N. Rangarajan, `Classical Indian Diplomacy'
- Dennis J. D. Sandole, `The End of History or Westphalian Business as Usual: Perpetuating
Interstate Warfare through Spillover of Low Intensity Conflict?'
- Georg Sørensen, `Sovereignty at the Millennium: Change and Continuity in a Fundamental
- Hans-Jakob Schindler, `A Theoretical Approach to Jewish Political Identity Building in
the Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations since 1992: Theoretical Approach and Preliminary
- Sven Schröder, `Some thoughts about the Euro-mediterranean Partnership from a Viewpoint
- Liza Schuster, `Asylum Seekers and the States' Need for Control'
- Alexander A. Sergounin, `Sovereignty Games: Presidential Leadership in the Legislature
and Russia's Post-Communist Security Policies in Europe'
- Michael Stohl/Georg Lopez, `Westphalia, the End of the Cold War and the New World Order:
Old Roots to a "New Problem'
- Charles Tilly, `Westphalia and China'
- Tarja Väryen, `On the Border of--Disorder? Violent Ethnopolitical Identification and
Modern Territorial State'
- Lew Voronkov, `Intra-state Conflicts in CEE Domestic and International Dimensions'
- Jeroen Warner, `Post-Westphalian Water Security'
- Adam Watson, `The Future of the Westphalian Order'
- Andrew Williams, `After the War? "New World OrdersÓ of the Twentieth Century'
- Kenneth L. Wise, `The Contemporary, global Constitutional Balancing of Justice and
Order: Reclaiming Cosmopolitanism after Westphalia'
- Andrew Wolpert, `The Genealogy of Diplomacy in Classical Greece'
- Matthias Zimmer, `The Westphalian System and Modernity'
- Katarzyna Zukrowska, `The Role of Exchange Rate Policy in Transformation and Preparation
for EMU: The Polish Experience'
Contact: Arbeitsstelle Friedensforschung Bonn, Beethovenallee 4, D-53173 Bonn,
Tel.: +49 (228) 356032, Fax: +49 (228) 356050, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
- Christian P. Scherrer, Intra-state Conflict, Ethnicity and Mass Violence (22/97), 90 pp.
- ---- Central Africa: Conflict Impact Assessment and Policy Options (25/97), 67 pp.
- Johan Galtung, The Eastward NATO Expansion: The Beginning of Cold War II? (26/97), 20
- Ole W3/4ver, Integration as Security: European International identity and American
Domestic Discipline (27/97), 39 pp.
- Susan Willett, Eurofighter: White Heat Technology or White Elephant (3/98), 11 pp.
- ---- Economic Crisis and the East Asian Defence Market (4/98), 12 pp.
- Thomas Diez, The Economic Community Reading of Europe: Its Discursive Nodal Points and
Ambiguities towards `Westphalia' (6/98), 28 pp.
- Christian P. Scherrer, The First Indian Government in the America Caught up in Neglect,
Confusion and Disunity--Ways out? (7/98), 87 pp.
- Bjørn Møller, Resolving the Security Dilemma in the Persian Gulf--with a Postscript on
the 1997/98 Iraqi Crisis (8/98), 59 pp.
- Marta Martinelli, Mediation Activities by Non-state Actors: An Account of Sant'Egidio's
Initiatives (9/98), 67 pp.
- Alexander A. Sergounin, Russia: A Long Way to the National Security Doctrine (10/98), 36
- Pertti Joenniemi, Norden, Europe and Post-security (11/98), 21 pp.
- Christian P. Scherrer, Africa Torn by Violent Intra-state Conflicts (12/98), 117 pp.
- Teresa Los-Nowak, Conceptualization of the Adaptation Policy Model of Poland towards the
European Union (15/98), 35 pp.
- Christian P. Scherrer, Resolving the Crisis in Central Africa (16/98), 24 pp.
- Pirjo Jukarainen, Representation of Northerness (17/98), 34 pp.
- Flix Nkundabagenzi, Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution (18/98), 18 pp.
- Christian P. Scherrer, the United Nations and the World's Indigenous Peoples (19/98), 67
- Susan Willett/Ian Anthony, Countertrade and Offsets Policies and Practices in the Arms
Trade (20/98), 52 pp.
- Susan Willett, The Pariah Comes in from the Cold: South Africa's Changing Security
Environment (21/98), 35 pp.
- Christian P. Scherrer, Towards a Theory of Modern Full-Scale Genocide (22/98), 23 pp.
Contact: COPRI, Fredericiagade 18, DK-1310 Copenhagen K, Denmark, Tel.:
+45/33455050, Fax: +45/33455060, e-mail: email@example.com, http://www.copri.dk
Peace Review is a transnational multidisciplinary quarterly that publishes essays
from the field of peace studies in the broadest sense. Each issue contains not only essays
on the chosen special theme but also articles on issues such as: war, violence, human
rights, political economy, development, culture and awareness, the environment, and
gender- and race-related themes. Contributions are invited, both on the chosen theme and
on other topics, for the following issues:
Spring 1999: Media and Democratic Action (deadline 23 October 1998)
Summer 1999: Images of Class (deadline 16 January 1999)
Autumn 1999: Sport and Empire (deadline 30 April 1999)
Contact: Robert Elias, Editor, Peace Review, University of San Francisco, 2130
Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 USA, Tel.: +1 (415) 422-6349, Fax: +1 (415)
338-2631/422-2772, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The AFB advises readers that, as part of its function as an information,
advice, and contact centre, it maintains a reference library of some 10,400 volumes and 75
periodicals. The library's holdings grow by about 500 titles a year and are catalogued
under 145 rubrics relating to peace research and international relations. The library is
open to the public from Monday to Thursday from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 1.30 p.m.
to 6.00 p.m. and on Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Prospective readers are kindly requested to telephone the office
before visiting the library. Thank you!
As part of its information work, the AFB maintains a data base of national and
international research establishments and researchers. This currently comprises 118 German
and 169 non-German institutions and individuals engaged in research. The data base is
constantly being expanded and updated (changes naturally depend on the relevant
information's being made available to the AFB), and it indicates which of the following
broad fields the particular organizations and individuals are working in: (1) peace
theory/international relations theory/basic research; (2) global threats (economic and
ecological issues); (3) causes of war; (4) East-West relations (security, economics,
culture); (5) security policy (arms control, disarmament, alternative concepts, civilian
defence); (6) arms and development, arms exports; (7) conversion of armaments and military
sites; (8) North-South relations (security, economics, migration, environment); (9)
dynamics of conflict and development in the countries of the South; (10) intra-societal
and ethnic conflicts (nationality conflicts etc.); (11) psychological peace research; (12)
feminist aspects of peace research; (13) international law and peaceful order
(international organizations), human rights; (14) historical peace-research; (15) peace
education and theory of peace-education; (16) ethics of peace, non-violence; (17)
The AFB data base can now be accessed on the Internet at:
- Hans-Joachim Schmidt, Die Anpassung des KSE-Vertrages: Konventionelle Rüstungskontrolle
zwischen Bündnisverteidigung und Kooperativer Sicherheit (1/98, Mar. 1998), 50 pp.
- Bruno Schoch, Die Schweiz: Ein Modell zur Lösung von Nationalitätenkonflikten? (2/98,
Apr. 1998), 61 pp.
- Hans-Joachim Spanger, Globalisierung, Geoökonomie und der Euro (4/98, Aug. 1998), 36
- Christian Büttner/ Elke Kronenberge/ Elisabeth Stahl, `Talk to Them? No Way': Models of
Dispute Settlement in Multicultural Urban Societies (49, Feb. 1998), 37 pp.
- Alexander Kelle, Security in a Nuclear Weapons Free World: How to Cope with the Nuclear,
Biological and Chemical Weapons Threat (50, Apr. 1998), 44 pp.
- Harald Müller, The Nuclear Weapons Register: A Good Idea Whose Time Has Come (51, May
1998), 33 pp.
- Contact: Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Leimenrode 29,
D-60322 Frankfurt/M., Tel.: +49 (69) 959104-0, Fax: +49 (69) 558481, e-mail:
`Pax Americana: World-Power Politics and Peace on the Threshold of the
Lambrecht and Brussels, 12-26 March 1999
In 1941, in an article in Life Magazine, the co-founder of Time
Inc., Henry Luce, announced the advent of `the first American century'. Whether or not he
meant the century that is now coming to an end, or the period until the 2040s, the time
since 1917, if not before, can rightly be claimed to have been an American-dominated
This fact has prompted the Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK:
Peace Research Institute Frankfurt--PRIF) and the Atlantische Akademie Rheinland-Pfalz
(AARP: Atlantic Academy of the Rhineland-Palatinate), to devote their ninth spring academy
on security issues, taking place on the threshold of the twenty-first century, to a number
of questions that look both backwards and forwards: What are the peculiar characteristics
of American dominance in politics, economics, society, and culture? Has this dominance
been--and does it continue to be--a blessing to humankind, or is it something we can do
without? What remains of the Pax Americana, the American-influenced world-order, now that
the Cold War is over? Is the last world-power really an `indispensable nation', as
President likes to describe it? Is it really `bound to lead', as the Harvard political
scientist Joseph S. Nye claimed in 1990, or can the world do without this leadership? Will
`the first American century' not even last a hundred years, or will it be followed by a
second, and even a third?
These and other questions will be the subject-matter of our spring academy, which will
take place from 12 to 24 March 1999 in the Pfalzakademie in Lambrecht (near Neustraße on
the `wine route') and will end with an excursion to NATO headquarters in Brussels
subsidized by the German Ministry of Defence.
An especially warm invitation is extended to undergraduates nearing the end of their
course of study, to graduate students, and to anyone interested, for professional reasons,
in further training in peace and security policy. Lecturers and discussion-leaders will be
drawn from the research staff of the PRIF and other institutions in Germany and abroad and
from representatives of politics and diplomacy. Participants may sit a three-hour
examination, for which a certificate is awarded.
The number of participants is limited to thirty. The conference fee is DM840 (DM420 for
students/unwaged sharing a double room) and covers pre-conference material, accommodation
and full board in Lambrecht, and travel and overnight costs on the excursion. The
information-pack containing the pre-conference material will be sent to all participants
by mid-February and should be studied before the start of the academy.
Anyone wishing to take part in the spring academy should write, by 15 January 1999,
to the address below, giving full details of their studies and/or professional experience
to date. Further information may also be obtained from this address.
Contact: Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK) z.Hd. Herrn
Dr. Berthold Meyer, Leimenrode 29, D-60322 Frankfurt/M. Tel. +49 (69) 9591040, Fax. +49