"Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict Journal (DAC) welcomes submissions from a variety of perspectives from anthropology, communications, criminology, economics, geography, history, political science, computer science, psychology, and sociology. Scholars are invited to join in a new subculture that includes policy makers, analysts, and officers of police, military and intelligence services, as well as officers of non-governmental organizations and foundations interested in peace and conflict. DAC aims to support an academic-practitioner community that will learn how to prevent and ameliorate violence between states and non-state challengers. [...] Articles will be assessed on two main criteria: (1) the degree to which the article contributes new knowledge to an understanding of conflict and terrorism. (2) the overall quality of the argument and its presentation."
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