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NEPS Membership 2017
As you know, in the last years we strengthened our activities and the Jan Tinbergen Conference, our annual meeting, nowadays is an established event in Peace Science.
We would like to point out the Stuart A. Bremer Award, to support younger scholars and the NEPS medal, the award for the best publication in Peace Science among all NEPS members.

We really hope that you appreciated our engagement for the advancement of  Peace Science in Europe.
Therefore, we hope you are willing to confirm your membership in NEPS for 2017.

Benefits and membership fees  are available on our website.
Save the date:
 
6th Eurasian Peace Science Conference
 
The Department of International Relations at Ozyegin University will be hosting the 6th Eurasian Peace Science Conference on it's campus at Istanbul Turkey, March 16-17, 2017.
For submissions: please send a 200 word abstract to konstantinos.travlos@ozyegin.edu.tr by February 12th, 2017

Call for Papers for
the 
Pacific International Politics Conference
 
The second Pacific International Politics Conference (PIPC), formerly known as Pacific Peace Science Conference (PPSC), will be held on 1-2 July 2017 hosted by Yonsei University, in the center of Seoul, South Korea.
Proposals addressing  any aspect of the rigorous study of security, IPE or international institutions are welcome. Papers focused on the improvement of social science theory as it relates to international relations are encouraged, particularly but not exclusively quantitative research. Especially encouraged are papers dealing with the international politics of the Asia-Pacific region, and/or by researchers based in the region.
To submit your proposal, please access the conference website.
Deadline for submission is: 15 February 2017.
Job Vacancies at the ETH Zurich
 
1) Program Coordinator MAS ETH Mediation
in Peace Processes
The successful candidate will be the main program coordinator, joining colleagues at the ETH Zurich working on the MAS ETH MPP. Designed as a part-time continuing education program, the MAS ETH MPP aims to prepare the next generation of mediators to work effectively in peace processes, providing participants with the necessary knowledge, skills and techniques to mediate violent political conflicts. It is academically grounded and practice oriented.
For further information about the position, please contact Simon Mason by email: mason@sipo.gess.ethz.ch (no applications) and go to the website.
Deadline for applications: 28 February 2017

2) Program Advisor MAS ETH Mediation
in Peace Processes
The successful candidate will act as program advisor over a two-year period, joining colleagues at the ETH Zurich working on the MAS ETH MPP. Designed as a part-time continuing education program, the MAS ETH MPP aims to prepare the next generation of mediators to work effectively in peace processes, providing participants with the necessary knowledge, skills and techniques to mediate violent political conflicts. It is academically grounded and practice oriented.
For further information about the position, please contact Simon Mason by email: mason@sipo.gess.ethz.ch (no applications) and go to the website.
Deadline for applications: 28 February 2017.
Newsletter,
January, 2017
NEPS Members' 
Publications

 
Nussio, E. and UgarrizaJ.
The Effect of Perspective-Giving on Postconflict Reconciliation.
An Experimental Approach
, 2016 Political Psychology.
Link to the abstract.

 
Travlos, K., Islands in a Sea of Fog: A Rapid Evidence Assessment of Quantitative Research in the pre-1816 Period, 2016 International Relations.
Link to the abstract.

 
TravlosK.From Universalism to Managerial Coordination: Major Power Regulation of the Use of Force, 2016 Asian International Studies Review.
Here the abstract.

 
Proceedings of the
16th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference
 
The special issue on Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy (PEPS) collecting the proceedings of the 16th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, has been released.
Here the link to the website.
The Economics of Peace and Security Journal (EPSJ)
 
EPSJ addresses economic aspects of peace and security, ranging from the interpersonal and communal domains to transboundary and global affairs
Special attention is paid to constructive proposals for nonviolent conflict resolution and peacemaking.
This peer-reviewed journal is subscription based. All articles and issues become open-access 12 months after initial publication.
For more information, please visit the
website.
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