JustPeace: A Journal of Creativity and Multivocality Vol. 4, No. 1 Fall 2015

We have just completed our Fall 2015 edition and are excited to present it to you! In this edition:

William Sheehan, “What is the Value of a Life? The Rise of the Issue of the Abductions of Japanese Citizens by North Korea and Its International Implications”

Bibhusha Karki, “We Return Home in Boxes”

Jessica K. Kratzer, “Focus on Peace: A Photo Documentary Series of the Peace Day Philly March on September 21st, 2013”

Paul Wilcox, “Strengthening the Democratic Peace: A Contribution of Social Ethics and Ontology to Democratic Peace Theory”

Lauren Pak, “Introduction through Cross-Cultural Understanding”

Brady Williams, “Reality Television: As a Peacebuilding Tool”

You can find the issue here:

https://uvupjstclubjournal.wordpress.com/justpeace-vol-4-no-1-fall-...

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