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“Die Friedens-Warte” is the longest-standing journal in German-speaking regions in matters of peacekeeping and international organization. Since its foundation in 1899 by the later awardee of the Nobel Price of Peace Alfred H. Fried, “Die Friedens-Warte” has been a key forum for the discussion of all topics that center around scientific peace research.
Contemporary peace research covers dynamics and impacts of intrastate conflicts, processes of economic deprivation, climate catastrophes, international terrorism and human security. Along with law and political science as traditional leading disciplines, economic as well as social-psychological and sociological analyses deliver important contributions to the respective debates in peace research: Peace research has an explicitly interdisciplinary character.
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