Search the Institute for Peace and
This search will allow you to search the contents of all the publicly available
documents at the Institute for
Peace and Justice web site.
Explanation for search choices in drop down boxes
- "All" match will return pages that contain all your
- "Any" match will return pages that contain any one of
your search words.
- "Boolean" match requires that you enter your search
words as part of a boolean expression. Examples of correct expressions are: cat and dog, cat
not dog, cat or (dog not nose).
the operator not has the meaning of 'without'.
A very good tutorial for using Boolean
searches is at:
- "Long" results format provides page names and links as
well as brief excerpts.
- "Short" results format provides page names and links
- "Score" provides results in the order 'most likely' to
be your choice.
- "Time" provides results with most recent first.
- "Name" provides results alphabetically by page name.
- "Reverse....." provides results in reverse order of
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