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How can a just peace be built in sites of genocide, massive civil war, dictatorship, terrorism, and poverty? In Strategies of Pea... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

How can a just peace be built in sites of genocide, massive civil war, dictatorship, terrorism, and poverty? In Strategies of Peace, the first volume in the Studies in Strategic Peacebuilding series, fifteen leading scholars propose an imaginative and provocative approach to peacebuilding. Today the dominant thinking is the "liberal peace," which stresses cease fires, elections, and short run peace operations carried out by international institutions, western states, and local political elites. But the liberal peace is not enough, the authors argue. A just and sustainable peace requires a far more holistic vision that links together activities, actors, and institutions at all levels. By exploring innovative models for building lasting peace-a United Nations counter-terrorism policy that also promotes good governance; coordination of the international prosecution of war criminals with local efforts to settle civil wars; increasing the involvement of religious leaders, who have a unique ability to elicit peace settlements; and many others--the authors advance a bold new vision for peacebuilding.



Autorentext

Daniel Philpott is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of Revolutions in Sovereignty: How Ideas Shaped Modern International Relations. Gerard F. Powers is Director of Catholic Peacebuilding Studies at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. He is the co-editor of Peacemaking: Moral and Policy Challenges for a New World.



Inhalt

Acknowledgments Contributors Introduction: Daniel Philpott, Searching for Strategy in an Age of Peacebuilding Chapter One: John Paul Lederach and R. Scott Appleby, Strategic Peacebuilding: An Overview Chapter Two: Peter Wallensteen, Strategic Peacebuilding: Concepts and Challenges Chapter Three: Hal Culbertson, The Evaluation of Peacebuilding Initiatives: Putting Learning Into Practice Chapter Four: Daniel Philpott, Reconciliation: An Ethic for Peacebuilding Chapter Five: Simon Chesterman, Whose Strategy, Whose Peace? The Role of International Institutions in Strategic Peacebuilding Chapter Six: Nicholas Sambanis, How Strategic is UN Peacebuilding? Chapter Seven: George A. Lopez and David Cortright, Targeted Sanctions, Counter-Terrorism and Strategic Peace-Building Chapter Eight: Robert C. Johansen, Peace and Justice? The Contribution of International Judicial Processes to Peacebuilding Chapter Nine: Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Human Rights and Strategic Peacebuilding: The Roles of Local, National, and International Actors Chapter Ten: Jackie Smith, Economic Globalization and Strategic Peacebuilding Chapter Eleven: Larissa Fast, The Response Imperative: Tensions and Dilemmas of Humanitarian Action and Strategic Peacebuilding Chapter Twelve: Robert D. Enright, Jeannette Knutson Enright, and Anthony C. Holter, Turning Hatred to Community Friendship: Forgiveness Education as a Resource for Strategic Peacebuilding in Post-Accord Belfast Chapter Thirteen: Gerard F. Powers, Religion and Peacebuilding Conclusion: Oliver Richmond, Strategic Peacebuilding Beyond the Liberal State

Produktinformationen

Titel: Strategies of Peace
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EAN: 9780199738359
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Oxford University Press
Genre: Religion, Theologie
Veröffentlichung: 24.03.2010
Dateigrösse: 2.4 MB