Below are links to databases and electronic resources that support the study of international conflict and war and related areas of research.
BACKGROUND INFORMATION--SPECIALIZED HANDBOOKS
Handbooks are useful for obtaining background information about contemporary theories, concepts, issues, events, or topics and for understanding how scholars have debated a specific area of study. These handbooks are available either electronically and/or located on the book shelves in the Medicine Crow Center Library for International and Public Affairs.
Cante, Freddy and Hartmut Quehl. Handbook of Research on Transitional Justice and Peace Building in Turbulent Regions. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2016. [Medicine Crow Library Bookstacks JC571 .H34757 2016]
This book focuses on issues facing nations and regions where poverty and conflict are endangering the lives of citizens as well as the socio-economic viability of those regions, highlighting theoretical discussions about conflict, violence, nonviolence, transitional justice, and peace building from different views and disciplines. Content includes explanations of some particular cases of transitional justice and peace building like Germany, Nicaragua, Sudan, Eritrea, Syria and Cambodia.
Conflict and War
Databases that offer multidisciplinary coverage of conflict and war literature from scholarly and non-scholarly sources.
SPECIALIZED RESEARCH RESOURCES
Related Research Resources
Databases that offer the opportunity to understand and contemplate the implications of conflict and war through the eyes of people who may be most impacted.
DATA AND STATISTICS--COMPREHENSIVE
DATA AND STATISTICS--SPECIALIZED
War and Conflict
Peace and Security
Descriptions of resources are adapted or quoted from vendor websites.