About Publications


Beyond the Armistice: Efforts for Peace on the Korean Peninsula
Listening Methodology: Application of a Peacebuilding Research
Moving Beyond Multi-Track Diplomacy and Big Man Mediation
Being in the Middle By Being at the Edge
Islamic Leadership for Political Change
The Freedom to Decide Our Future
Re-examining Ethnic Identity in Myanmar
Negotiating Peace



CPCS produces practitioner-focused research and publications in the field of applied conflict transformation. Produced together with our regional partners, these publications and papers seek to:
  • promote creative, innovative and home-grown approaches to conflict intervention in Asia;
  • make important and contextually relevant resources accessible for peace practitioners and scholars in the Asia region and beyond;identify, consolidate and share peacebuilding best practices by testing and challenging them; and
  • contribute and influence the existing body of conflict transformation knowledge.

Through our publications, we seek to share the lessons learned regarding where we work, the people we work with and the way that we work.