Peace and Conflict is a new biennial publication that provides key data and documents trends in national and international conflicts ranging from isolated acts of terrorism to internal civil strife to full-fledged intercountry war. A major trend it tracks is the incidence of wars beyond the protracted conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
For 2010, Peace & Conflict adds a new regular feature—Trends in Global Terrorism—and focuses on the theme of Challenges of Post-Conflict Transitions. It covers special topics including women and post-conflict settings, and truth commissions and tribunals.
Peace and Conflict is a large format, full-color reference including numerous graphs, tables, maps, and appendices dedicated to the visual presentation of data. Crisp narratives are highlighted with pull-quote extracts that summarize trends and major findings such as the continuing increase in high casualty terrorist acts and the likelihood of genocide risk in certain areas.
LaFree, Gary, Laura Dugan, and Kim Cragin. 2009. "Trends in Global Terrorism, 1970-2007." In Peace and Conflict 2010. New York, NY: Routledge. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.4324/9781315090009-6/tren...