Conflict Prevention and Peace-building in Post-War Societies: Sustaining the Peace

1st Edition

T. David Mason, James D. Meernik

Routledge
Published January 30, 2009
Reference - 300 Pages - 5 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780415544955 - CAT# Y102200
Series: Contemporary Security Studies

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Summary

This volume provides an overview of the costs, benefits, consequences, and prospects for rebuilding nations emerging from violent conflict.

The rationale for this comes from the growing realization that, in the post-Cold War era and in the aftermath of 9/11, our understanding of conflict and conflict resolution has to include consideration of the conditions conducive to sustaining the peace in nations torn by civil war or interstate conflict. The chapters analyze the prospects for building a sustainable peace from a number of different perspectives, examining:

  • the role of economic development
  • democratization
  • respect for human rights
  • the potential for renewal of conflict
  • the United Nations
  • and other critical topics.

In an age when 'nation-building' is once again on the international agenda, and scholars as well as policy makers realize both the tremendous costs and benefits in fostering developed, democratic, peaceful and secure nations, the time has truly come for a book that integrates all the facets of this important subject.

Conflict Prevention and Peace-building in Post-War Societies will appeal to students and scholars of peace studies, international relations, security studies and conflict resolution as well as policy makers and analysts.

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