The Peace Science Society (International), or PSS(I),
encourages the development of peace analysis and conflict management. PSS(I) does not confine itself to ideas specific to peace
research, but welcomes and utilizes relevant work of the social and natural sciences. A primary concern of the Society is the
improvement of social science theory as it relates to international relations. PSS(I) facilitates acquaintance and provides a
vehicle for discussion among its members and others worldwide. It encourages and supports the publication of research, particularly
but not exclusively quantitative research. PSS(I) avoids social, religious, or national bias. It does not promote political action
or polemical discussion.
Congratulations to Yonatan Lupu, winner of the 2011 Stuart A. Bremer Award for Best Graduate Student paper presented at this year's annual meeting. A copy of his paper can be found here.
The 2012 annual meeting of the Peace Science Society will be hosted by Penn State University and will be held October 26-27 in Savannah, GA. More information about this year's meeting, including hotel accomodations and conference schedules, will be posted as the date approaches.
For More Information on Conflict Management and Peace Science, including the information about the latest issue please visit Sage's homepage for CMPS here.