This 2020 JPWS edition addresses a most challenging issue in the current global community—escalation of the U.S.-China rivalry.
In addition to this issue’s peer-reviewed scholarly articles, four Norwich University students — John Hickey, Shayla Moya, Kathryn Preul, and Faith Privett — explain America’s foreign policy blunders in Afghanistan utilizing the Just War theory. They also suggest political, economic, and military approaches that could bring stability in conflict-stricken Eastern Ukraine.
Odeliya Matter or Tel Aviv, Israel, and Mohammad Azraq of Amman, Jordan, will speak.
Sherri Goodman, senior fellow at the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program and Polar Institute, will speak. This talk will be streamed live via https://www.facebook.com/NorwichCGRS/
Distinguished guest speakers include five members of the Macedonian Parliament: Teuta Biljali, Dragan Danev, Meral Uzeiri Ferati, Tanja Kovachev, and Goran Stevce Milevski. This lecture is free and open to the public.
Norwich University’s Peace & War Center presents “Indo-Pacific: From Oceans of Confrontation to Oceans of Prosperity,” a talk by Admiral Tomohisa Takei Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) (Ret.). The lecture is free and open to the public.
The Journal of Peace and War Studies (JPWS) is an annual peer-reviewed journal published by the John and Mary Frances Patton Peace and War Center (PAWC) at Norwich University. JPWS aims to promote and disseminate high quality research on peace and war throughout the international academic community. It also aims to provide policy makers in the United States and many other countries with in-depth analyses of contemporary issues and policy alternatives.