Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Occasional papers of the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation -- no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 25 p.;|
|Number of Pages||25|
A prolific author, he has written more than technical articles and 31 books ranging from monographs to college textbooks to popular trade titles. His book, Introduction to Peace Studies (), was the first comprehensive undergraduate textbook in the field of Peace by: Handbook of Peace and Conﬂict Studies The ﬁelds of peace and conﬂict studies have grown exponentially since their initiation in Scandinavia about a half century ago by Johan Galtung. They have forged a transdisciplinary and professional identity distinct from security studies, political science and International Relations. This book presents post-peace agreement violence as a serious, yet predictable and manageable, political phenomenon. Negotiating an end to a civil war is extremely difficult, and many signed peace agreements subsequently unravel, ushering in renewed conflict. This book presents post-peace agreement violence as a serious, yet predictable and manageable, political phenomenon. Negotiating an end to a civil war is extremely difficult, and many signed peace agreements subsequently unravel, ushering in renewed conflict. In response, important international.
Fighting for Peace brings to light an important yet neglected aspect of opposition to the Iraq War—the role of veterans and their g on extensive participant observation and interviews, Lisa Leitz demonstrates how the harrowing war experiences of veterans and their families motivated a significant number of them to engage in peace activism. He is the co-author of Transitional Justice in Balance: Comparing Processes, Weighing Efficacy (USIP Press, ), and has published widely in academic journals, such as Human Rights Quarterly, Journal of Peace Research, International Studies Review, International Journal of Transitional Justice, Law & Society Review, and Armed Forces & Society. As the Cold War ended, peace and conflict studies courses shifted their focus from international conflict and towards complex issues related to political violence, human security, democratisation, human rights, social justice, welfare, development, and producing sustainable forms of peace. The history of humankind is filled with violence. People have been hurting and killing one another practically since they stood up and walked on two legs. And while each battle claims a unique call-to-arms, at the end of the day, the rallying cries are always strikingly similar. Human beings prefer.
From culture clashes and trade disputes to disagreements about how to govern, Why Do We Fight? insists that the key to peace lies in how we choose to deal with conflict. It provides tools to help readers seek out information, make informed opinions, and learn to respect that others may think : Owlkids Books. Bellicose conflict over natural resources has an ancient history, but in the same decades that mark the emergence (then expansion) of Peace Studies, terms like "water security" and "food security" have become familiar; they suggest how such basic needs affect the balance between danger and safety, war and peace. A brief introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Peace and Conflict Studies (PCS) is an inter- and multidisciplinary field with the principle aim to understand why conflicts emerge and how they develop over time in order to create less violent and more peaceful societies. Peace supporters locally and globally; peace activists, anti-war movements, non-violent demonstrations and demonstrations function as starting points for peace studies. Hence, peace is so much more than just the absence of war and violence. Religion, peace and conflict. The fight for peace has engaged humanity since the beginning of history, as.