Back Issues of The International Journal of Nonviolence (1991-1998)  (Each Issue About 150 pp.)

The International Journal of Nonviolence hosted writers from across the planet, concerning comprehensive, academic- & activist-documented orientation and scholarship toward international nonviolence, supported by an international nonviolence research network. Foremost journals in this direction, exploring international issues and global conflict zones, have included, e.g., Gandhi Marg (New Delhi, India), Gewaltfreie Aktion (Berlin, Germany), Azione Nonviolenta (Verona, Italy), and Reconciliation International (Alkmaar, the Netherlands).

  1. Issue 1, 1992-1993 Nonviolence as to Issues concerning Women, Asia, Palestine
  2. Issue 2, 1994-1995 Nonviolence as to Issues concerning Civil Disobedience Training
  3. Issue 3, 1996-1997 Nonviolence as to Issues concerning Spiritual Approach & Outlook

Co-Editors, Paul Hubers (PhD) & Mubarak Awad (PhD)
c/o Nonviolence International, PO Box 39127, Friendship Station,
N.W., Washington D.C. 20016, USA

Table of Contents for 1992-1997; Volumes 1-3; ISSN: 1069-2541
(Discontinued for Money & Management Issues)

Vol. 1 (1992-1993)    Major articles: Evelyne Accad, Violence, War & Peace: In the Context of Lebanon; Sanyuan Li, Nonviolence in Chinese Reform & Dissidence; Abriyanto & Mansyur, Protest of General Elections: Non-Voting in Indonesia; and Mubarak Awad & Paul Hubers, Nonviolence in the Intifada: Long-term Cost & Value — Plus articles by Theodore Herman, Kathy Kelly, Karl Meyer, Michael Salla, Deborah Wheeler, Souad Dajani, and Russian authors on C.I.S. Nonviolence — Along with: A Description of The First in a Series of Nonviolent Action Technique Manuals for: Voting, Demonstrating, Organizing Marches, Hunger Striking, & War Tax Resistance (in this and following Vols.) — Plus, From the Editor's Desk and Reviews of Nonviolence in Books & MA/PhD Theses & Dissertations by the Editor.

Vol. 2 (1994-1995)    Major articles: Luis Pérez Aguirre; Human Rights, The Basic Principle for Nonviolent Training; Arne Naess; Excerpts from Gandhi & Group Conflict, Exploration of Satyagraha & Theoretical Background; and Brady Tyson, Developing Peace & Justice Nonviolent Social Change Agents; Michael Beer & the Editor, (An) Annotated Bibliography of Nonviolent Action Training — Plus articles by Glenn Paige, Elise Boulding, Theodore Herman, George Lakey, Francine Blume, and Deborah Wheeler — Along with an Editorial on Data-Base Building & Theoretical Vision — Plus, From the Editor's Desk and Reviews of Nonviolence in Books and MA/PhD Theses & Dissertations by the Editor.

Vol. 3 (1996-1997)    Major articles: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Remarks on the 125th Birth Anniversary Commemoration of Mahatma Gandhi; Naim Stifan Ateek, The Way of Nonviolence; Naomi Goodman, The Jewish Tradition of Nonviolence; Mahdi Elmandjra, The Future of Islam; Abdul El-Rahman Abbad, Peace and Pacifism in Islam; Ramon López-Reyes, The Nonviolent Hawai’ian Struggle for Self-Determination; and Abdul Aziz Said & Paul Hubers, Convergence of Global Nonviolence in the Middle-East; and Nobel Peace Prize Speeches — Selections (Through Special Written Permission, via the Nobel Committee in Oslo, Norway, and via Original Translations as Needed by the Editor, as to Nonviolence in the Nobel Prize Acceptance Speeches of): Bertha von Suttner (1905), Philip Noel-Baker (1959), Martin Luther King, Jr. (1964), Sean MacBride (1974), Betty Williams & Mairead Corrigan (1977), Adolfo Pérez Esquivel (1980), the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War/IPPNW (1985), Oscar Arias Sánchez (1987), Tenzin Gyatso, The 14th Dalai Lama (1989), Rigoberta Menchú Tum (1992), and Future (Trends in) Nobel Peace Prizes — Along with articles by Antonino Drago, Wilson Hurley, Walter Wink, Richard Deats, William Ramsey, Allan Solomonow, John Paul Lederach, Karim Douglas Crow, and Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite — Plus, From the Editor's Desk and Reviews of Nonviolence in Books and MA/PhD Theses & Dissertations by the Editor.