War, Conflict, and Displacement

In any event of war and conflict, physical or otherwise, there are profound implications for public health and economies. 

Annual Reviews has curated this timely article collection that explores war, conflict, and displacement in relation to key areas of global importance including population health, politics, and women's rights. The reviews span multiple fields of study including sociology, anthropology, political science, and law, in the following three categories:

  • The Consequences of War and Armed Conflict
  • Political Insights
  • Humanitarianism and Peace

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The Consequences of War and Armed Conflict

Women's Rights After War: On Gender Interventions and Enduring Hierarchies

Marie E. Berry and Milli Lake, Annual Review of Law and Social Science

Information, Uncertainty, and War

Kristopher W. Ramsay, Annual Review of Political Science

Violence Against Civilians During Armed Conflict: Moving Beyond the Macro- and Micro-Level Divide

Laia Balcells and Jessica A. Stanton, Annual Review of Political Science

Documenting the Effects of Armed Conflict on Population Health

Barry S. Levy and Victor W. Sidel, Annual Review of Public Health

The Embodiment of War: Growth, Development, and Armed Conflict

Patrick F. Clarkin, Annual Review of Anthropology

Commercial Satellite Imagery Analysis for Countering Nuclear Proliferation

David Albright, Sarah Burkhard, and Allison Lach, Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Political Insights

Why Does Globalization Fuel Populism? Economics, Culture, and the Rise of Right-Wing Populism

Dani Rodrik, Annual Review of Economics

The Consequences of Contention: Understanding the Aftereffects of Political Conflict and Violence

Christian Davenport, Håvard Mokleiv Nygård, Hanne Fjelde, and David Armstrong, Annual Review of Political Science

Political Effects of the Internet and Social Media

Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, Maria Petrova, and Ruben Enikolopov, Annual Review of Economics

Populism, Democracy, and Party System Change in Europe

Milada Anna Vachudova, Annual Review of Political Science

Political Control

Mai Hassan, Daniel Mattingly, and Elizabeth R. Nugent, Annual Review of Political Science

Neoliberalism, Post-Communism, and the Law

Bojan Bugarič, Annual Review of Law and Social Science

Authoritarian-Led Democratization

Rachel Beatty Riedl, Dan Slater, Joseph Wong, and Daniel Ziblatt, Annual Review of Political Science

Humanitarianism and Peace

Law and Refugee Crises

Silvia Pasquetti, Noemi Casati, and Romola Sanyal, Annual Review of Law and Social Science

Social Issues in Contemporary Russia: Women's Rights, Corruption, and Immigration Through Three Sociological Lenses

Marina Zaloznaya and Theodore P. Gerber, Annual Review of Sociology

Mental Health of Refugee Children and Youth: Epidemiology, Interventions, and Future Directions

Rochelle L. Frounfelker, Diana Miconi, Jordan Farrar, Mohamad Adam Brooks, Cécile Rousseau, and Theresa S. Betancourt, Annual Review of Public Health

Developmental Effects of Parent-Child Separation

Anne Bentley Waddoups, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Kendra Strouf, Annual Review of Developmental Psychology

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