Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution 2.1


Camilo Azcarate is a professional mediator and trainer in Dispute Resolution. He has been working in the dispute resolution field for six years and recently graduated from the Master in Dispute Resolution Program at the University of Massachusetts. He is currently working for the Massachusetts Office of Dispute Resolution as a Government Programs Coordinator.

Ellen W. Gorsevski is a Ph.D. candidate at Penn State Univ. in the Dept. of Speech Communication, specializing in Rhetoric and Nonviolence; she also teaches at Washington State University in the Depts. of English and Communication.

John Raby co-cordinated the Teacher/Scholar Program of the New Jersey Governor's School of Public Issues, has taught history and counseled students at the secondary level at public and private schools since 1967, and has guest lectured on teaching methods for the Social Studies Department at Columbia Teachers College.

David Reilly is a doctoral candidate at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His research interests include the diffusion of democracy, globalization, and and the domestic/international conflict nexus.

Penelope Safioleas received her undergraduate degree from George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia and her Master's degree in Mediterranean Studies from King's College, University of London. She specializes in Balkan and Southeastern European conflict management

Saliba Sarsar did his graduate work on the role of conflict and peace in foreign policy analysis at Rutgers, directed the Governor's School for Public Issues and the Future of New Jersey in 1997, and currently teaches international relations at Monmouth University where he is both an Associate Professor of Political Science and the Associate Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Biljana Vankovska-Cvetkovska is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Balkan Peace Studies Center, University of Skopje, Macedonia. She is currently working out a draft study on civil-military relations in the Balkan countries.

Peter Wirth is the founder of GW Associates, a progressive public relations company. He has been involved in a variety of social justice issues for 25 years.

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