NUST Journal of International Peace and Stability
Title of NUST Journal of International Peace and Stability
|Discipline||Peace and Conflict Studies|
|Double Blind Peer Review|
|Edited by||Muhammad Makki|
Centre for International Peace & Stability (CIPS), National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) H12 Islamabad. (Pakistani)
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At the Centre for International Peace and Stability (CIPS) , the Department of UN Peacekeeping Training (PKT) and the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies (PCS) have been collaborating for their mission of global peace and stability. The NUST Journal of International Peace & Stability (NJIPS) is one of the milestones in this regard, aiming to provide research-based knowledge through the scholarly papers written by national and international authors. CIPS proudly released the first Volume of NJIPS in November 2017. Ever since, the defining aim of the journal has been to revivify the understanding of contemporary peace and conflict dynamics in order to address the most ruinous predicaments to international development — and by extension, international peace.
Aims & Scope
The NUST Journal of International Peace & Stability (NJIPS) is a peer-reviewed bi-annual academic journal devoted to research and analysis pertaining to contemporary peace and conflict dynamics worldwide. NJIPS welcomes submissions (in the form of research articles, research essays, and book reviews) and covers a wide range of issues that constitute the field of peace and conflict, including peacekeeping, armed conflict and peacebuilding, regional and international security, conflict resolution, and violent extremism and terrorism.
Aiming to provide research-based knowledge through the scholarly papers written by national and international authors, NJIPS is committed to publishing original and timely research from around the world. It aims to provide a platform for academic discussion and debate over multifaceted issues and topics and, therefore, encourages contributions from multi-disciplinary backgrounds. The journal is particularly committed to advance scholarship oriented towards both scholarly and practitioner audiences, in order to emerge with pragmatic perspectives and policy recommendations.
editor@njips. nust. edu. pk
Centre for International Peace and Stability (CIPS) ,
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) ,
H-12, Islamabad, Pakistan.