IDS Research Fellow joins International Peacekeeping Editorial Board

Published on 9 January 2019

Research Fellow, Dr Jeremy Allouche has been appointed to the Editorial Board of International Peacekeeping, a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Taylor and Francis.

Established in 1994, International Peacekeeping was the first scholarly journal devoted to studying the growing phenomenon of peacekeeping. The journal has grown to encompass debates about peacebuilding, humanitarian intervention and the responsibility to protect. It offers a valuable resource to  those scholars, policy-makers, government officials, NGO workers and journalists whose work is focused on international efforts to reduce violent conflict.

As part of his role on the board, Dr Allouche will be involved in the peer review process for the journal, evaluating submissions, selecting reviewers, and making editorial decisions.

On his appointment Dr Allouche said:

“It’s a real honour to be appointed to the International Peacekeeping Editorial Board and I am looking forward to working with my Board colleagues to contribute to and shape the discourse on tackling violent conflict, an issue that has been the focus of much of my own research over the last decade.”

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