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Amit Ronis an Assistant Professor of Political Science in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University. He studies democratic theory and is currently exploring the theoretical links between democratic theory and peace studies.


Victoria Carty is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Chapman University. She has published several articles on international social movements with a special emphasis on the anti-war and labor movements. She is currently writing a book on how new information technologies are transforming social movements across the dimensions of contentious and electoral politics.


Rafi Nets-Zehngut is a Ph.D. candidate in the Political Science Department at Tel Aviv University, a 2006-2007 fellow at Yale University and a 2007-2009 fellow at Columbia University. His dissertation deals with the way seven main Israeli institutions (e.g., media or academy) presented (between 1949 to 2004) the causes for the exodus of the 1948 Palestinian refugees. His research interests focus on conflicts: mostly collective memory of conflicts as well as reconciliation and healing. He has been and is involved in various Israeli and international activities and research projects which deal with conflicts.


Sreeram Chaulia is Associate Professor of World Politics at Jindal Global Law School in Sonipat, India. He has worked for the International Rescue Committee, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and Nonviolent Peaceforce in the US, Switzerland, Sri Lanka and the Philippines. He is the Contributing Editor of one book and author of over 270 articles and reviews on global affairs in scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers.


Susan S. Allee is a practitioner of international relations, working as a Senior Political Affairs Officer in the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations, where she heads theIntegrated Operational Team for the Middle East. In 2007-2008 she was a Visiting Fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. She has been with the United Nations since 1993, when she joined the United Nations Observer Mission in South Africa as a political and human rights monitor. Since then she has held a variety of positions within the UN Secretariat and in peacekeeping operations in the field, including Bosnia where she was the Deputy Chief of the Legal Office of UN Mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1998-2000, and Cyprus, where she served with the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus as Senior Advisor to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General. She is the author of "The Launch of a New South Africa", published in the Online Journal of Peace and Reconciliation.


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