This book, edited by Dr. Oladokun Omojola, articulates some communication perspectives of terrorism and conflict resolution, their theoretical underpinnig and relevance. Chapters 1 and 2 emphasize the power of effective communication in resolving conflicts at indvidual and organizational levels. One finding of Chapter 3 helps to explain the relationship between mobile phones, conflict and peace-building. Chapter 4 focuses on conflict situations in Nigeria’s most notorious flashpoint – Jos - and identifies politics as a reason for the conflicts. Chapter 5 extends the discussion beyond Nigeria and embarks on the comparative analysis of the communication strategies involved. Chapter 6 calls for caution as media could become carriers of inaccuracies, which fuel terrorism. Chapter 7 advocates a reorientation in media coverage of terrorism while Chapter 8 unveils the economic effect of terrorism which media contents abet. Chapters 9 and 10 respectively discuss the culture of terrorism via the Internet and the promise of public relations as a resolution gizmo.The ten readings agree on one thing: The world will be suffused with peace when communication is accorded its rightful place.