War and Postwar Violence

@article{Gartner2018WarAP,
  title={War and Postwar Violence},
  author={R. Gartner and L. Kennedy},
  journal={Crime and Justice},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={1 - 67}
}
Wars are related to subsequent violence in complex and at times contradictory ways. The relationships between war and postwar violence, recognized throughout history, have attracted the attention and concern of researchers, state officials, and policy makers and the broader public. Methodological challenges, however, limit the potential for isolating the precise circumstances under which war and postwar violence are causally related. The weight of the evidence indicates that war is often… Expand
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