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The Paradoxes of Peacebuilding Post-9/11. This book is an important read for any student or policy-maker interested in peacebuilding in the context of the "War on Terror", particularly those focusing on political-charged areas such as the Middle East.

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What kind of peace is possible in the post-9/11 world? Is sustainable peace an illusion in a world where foreign .

What kind of peace is possible in the post-9/11 world? Is sustainable peace an illusion in a world where foreign military interventions are replacing peace negotiations as starting points for postwar reconstruction? Grappling with these questions, this book presents six provocative case studies authored by respected peacebuilding practitioners in their own societies. The studies address two cases of relative success (Guatemala and Mozambique), three cases of renewed but deeply fraught efforts (Afghanistan, Haiti, and the Palestinian Territories), and the case of Sri Lanka, where peacebuilding.

The book also includes original analyses of demobilization, disarmament, and reintegration processes in three different contexts, written by teams of Northern and Southern analysts

The book also includes original analyses of demobilization, disarmament, and reintegration processes in three different contexts, written by teams of Northern and Southern analysts. It will interest practitioners and students of peace, security, and development studies, as well as policymakers at many levels of government. Gender Violence and Gender Justice in Peacebuilding and Development.

Week 11 (Seminar): Peace-building (and Peacekeeping). Next: Strategies of peace. Previous: Fighting for peace, Bosnia 1994.

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Author of The paradoxes of peacebuilding post-9/11, Land & development in Latin America, The challenge in Guatemala, The paradoxes of peacebuilding post-9/11, Making . Land & development in Latin America

Author of The paradoxes of peacebuilding post-9/11, Land & development in Latin America, The challenge in Guatemala, The paradoxes of peacebuilding post-9/11, Making solidarity effective, Stretching the limits of the possible. Land & development in Latin America.

Stephen Baranyi, e. The Paradoxes of Peacebuilding Post-9/11 (California . The Problems and Practices of Peacebuilding, eds Susanna Campbell, David Chandler and Meera Sabaratnam (London: Zed Books, 2011), 5. oogle Scholar. The Paradoxes of Peacebuilding Post-9/11 (California: Stanford University Press, 2008). 3. Susanna Campbell and Jenny H. Peterson, ‘Statebuilding’, in Routledge Handbook of Peacebuilding, ed. Roger Mac Ginty (New York: Routledge, 2013), 34. 6. Dia Da Costa, Development Dramas: Reimagining Rural Political Action in Eastern India (New Delhi: Routledge, 2010), 4.

This is an incomplete list of books about the September 11 attacks. In the first 10 years since the September 11, 2001 attacks, dozens of books were published that focus specifically on the topic or on subtopics such as just the attacks on World Trade Towers in New York City, and more have been published since. A number of publications have released their own rankings of books about 9-11. The Guardian, in September 2011, provided a listing by three panelists of what they felt to be the 20 best.

What kind of peace is possible in the post-9/11 world? Is sustainable peace an illusion in a world where foreign military interventions are replacing peace negotiations as starting points for postwar reconstruction? What would it take to achieve durable peace in contexts as different as Afghanistan, Mozambique, and Sri Lanka?Grappling with these questions, this book presents six provocative case studies authored by respected peacebuilding practitioners in their own societies. The studies address two cases of relative success (Guatemala and Mozambique), three cases of renewed but deeply fraught efforts (Afghanistan, Haiti, and the Palestinian Territories), and the case of Sri Lanka, where peacebuilding was aborted but where the outlines of a new peace process can be discerned. The book also includes original analyses of demobilization, disarmament, and reintegration processes in three different contexts, written by teams of Northern and Southern analysts.This timely volume bridges the gap between minimalist and maximalist approaches to peacebuilding, as well as giving voice to Southern researchers in Northern-dominated debates. It will interest practitioners and students of peace, security, and development studies, as well as policymakers at many levels of government.Contributors include Wenche Hauge, Carolina Hunguana, Hérard Jadotte, Gabriel Aguilera Peralta, Yves-François Pierre, Kristiana Powell, Pamela Scholey, Khalil Shikaki, Eduardo J. Sitoe, Arne Strand, Jane Murphy Thomas, Beate Thoresen, Jayadeva Uyangoda, and Omar Zakhilwal.
The Paradoxes of Peacebuilding Post-9/11 download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Stephen Baranyi
ISBN: 0774814519
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: UBC Press (May 2, 2008)
Pages: 368 pages