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The Northern Ireland Peace Process

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights, and International Operations
ISBN : PSU:000058841778
Genre : Electronic government information
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Category: Electronic government information

Managing Arms In Peace Processes

Author : Virginia Gamba-Stonehouse
ISBN : UOM:39015042823339
Genre : Conflict management
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SCOTT (copy 1): From the John Holmes Library collection.
Category: Conflict management

Managing Arms In Peace Processes

Author : Andrei Raevsky
ISBN : UOM:39015038035161
Genre : Arms control
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Category: Arms control

Companies In Peace Processes

Author : Ulrike Joras
ISBN : 9783839406908
Genre : Political Science
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The role of private companies in violent conflicts has gained increasingly more attention in recent years. Although the private sector is often associated with sustaining conflicts, companies are also assumed to be self-interested as well as able to support the prevention, settlement and transformation of violent conflicts. This book explores the role of the private business sector during the civil war and the peace process in Guatemala. It examines and analyses the corporate positions during this period, aiming to add to a better understanding on the potentials and limits of integrating private business actors in conflict transformation.
Category: Political Science

Managing Arms In Peace Processes

Author : Eric Berman
ISBN : UOM:39015038522291
Genre : Arms control
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Managing Arms In Peace Processes

Author : Jeremy Ginifer
ISBN : UCSD:31822023694557
Genre : Arms control
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This series of publications, issued by the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, emanates from their project on Disarmament & Conflict Resolution (DCR). It examines the utility & modalities of disarming warring parties as an element of efforts to resolve intra-state conflicts. Each case study covers a UN peace operation & will include field experiences regarding the demobilization & disarmament of warring factions; a review of security actions where disarmament has been attempted & an examination of the role that disarmament of belligerents can play in the management & resolution of internal conflicts.
Category: Arms control

Global Change Civil Society And The Northern Ireland Peace Process

Author : Stuart Croft
ISBN : UOM:39015076177818
Genre : History
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Northern Ireland's Belfast Agreement has faced continual crises of implementation over a variety of security related issues. Too frequently analyses have neglected to study the wider changes that have occurred inside and outside Northern Ireland. These have had profound effects in changing attitudes towards violence, paramilitaries, the position of women and ideas of nationalism and sovereignty. This book places the implementation of the Belfast Agreement in a wider context to provide an analysis of why implementation has been so difficult.
Category: History

Rethinking Peace Mediation

Author : Catherine Turner
ISBN : 9781529208191
Genre : Law
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Written by international practitioners and scholars, this pioneering work offers insights into the peace mediation practice and explains how multifaceted assistance has become an indispensable part of it. With its policy focus and real-world examples, this is a go-to resource for researchers and advisers involved in peace processes.
Category: Law

Peace Process In Sri Lanka

Author : V. R. Raghavan
ISBN : UOM:39015070125656
Genre : Conflict management
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Proceedings of the Seminar organized in collaboration with the Hanns Seidel Foundation and the Sri Lanka Foundation Institute and held on Feb. 15-16, 2006.
Category: Conflict management

Somalia Peace Process

Author : Korwa Gombe Adar
ISBN : UOM:39015074246284
Genre : Conflict management
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Category: Conflict management

Comparative Peace Processes In Latin America

Author : Cynthia Arnson
ISBN : 0804735891
Genre : Political Science
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This book is about ending guerrilla conflicts in Latin America through political means. It is about peace processes, aimed at securing an end to military hostilities in the context of agreements that touch on some of the principal political, economic, social, and ethnic imbalances that led to conflict in the first place. The book presents a carefully structured comparative analysis of six Latin American countries--Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Colombia, and Peru--which experienced guerrilla warfare that outlasted the end of the Cold War. The book explores in detail the unique constellation of national and international events that allowed some wars to end in negotiated settlement, one to end in virtual defeat of the insurgents, and the others to rage on. The aim of the book is to identify the variables that contribute to the success or failure of a peace dialogue. Though the individual case studies deal with dynamics that have allowed for or impeded successful negotiations, the contributors also examine comparatively such recurrent dilemmas as securing justice for victims of human rights abuses, reforming the military and police forces, and reconstructing the domestic economy. Serving as a bridge between the distinct literatures on democratization in Latin America and on conflict resolution, the book underscores the reciprocal influences that peace processes and democratic transition have on each other, and the ways democratic "space” is created and political participation enhanced by means of a peace dialogue with insurgent forces. The case studies--by country and issue specialists from Latin America, the United States, and Europe--are augmented by commentaries of senior practitioners most directly involved in peace negotiations, including United Nations officials, former peace advisers, and activists from civil society.
Category: Political Science

The Peace Process

Author : Robert J. Loewenberg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119944317
Genre : Israel
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Category: Israel

An African Peace Process

Author : Kristina A. Bentley
ISBN : UOM:39015068813859
Genre : Political Science
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The origins and nature of the civil war between the Tutsi ruling minority and the Hutu majority in Burundi are the focus in this analysis. Chapters discuss the problems of establishing democracy, the weapon of genocide, and the role of Nelson Mandela as a mediator between the warring sides with the hope of promoting demilitarization and a sustained peace.
Category: Political Science