'The editors have assembled a very strong list of contributors, as well as established thinkers and scholars producing innovative theoretical work and field research at the cutting edge of what is an expanding field of study...The quality of writing and accessibility, as well as the excellent way the material is organized, suggests that it will command an interest among undergraduates in international relations, politics and the growing peace studies branches of social sciences.' - Tom Gallagher, Professor of Ethnic Conflict and Peace, University of Bradford
'This book has the makings of a landmark survey of the 'state of the art' in conflict settlement...It has the potential for becoming the leading text in its field.' -
Hugh Miall, Director of the Richardson Institute and Lecturer in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, Lancaster University
'...an excellent ans easily accessible overview of the state of the art in this growing field of research on intrastate conflict resolution. It is therefore highly recommended.' - Mimmi Soderberg, Journal of Peace Research
Contemporary Peace Making brings together the expertise of leading scholars on peace and conflict and seeks to identify and explore the essential components of peace processes. Each chapter examines comparatively a different element in recent peace processes. The collection is organised around five main themes: planning for peace during periods of violence; the process of negotiations; the effects of violence on peace processes; peace accords - constitutional and political options; and securing the settlement and building the peace. This authoritative review of peace processes covers examples ranging from South Africa, Northern Ireland and Guatemala to Papua New Guinea, Bosnia and the Middle East.
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Buchbeschreibung Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Paperback. Buchzustand: Gut. Cover leicht berieben , leichte Druckstelle auf der Covervorderseite, kleine Lagerspuren am Buch, Inhalt einwandfrei und ungelesen 128546 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 520. Artikel-Nr. 365801