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Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution


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The field of peace and conflict research has grown enormously as an academic pursuit in recent years, gaining credibility and relevance amongst policy makers and in the international humanitarian and NGO sector. The Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution series aims to provide an outlet for some of the most significant new work emerging from this academic community, and to establish itself as a leading platform for innovative work at the point where peace and conflict research impacts on International Relations theory and processes.

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Peace in International Relations

Peace in International Relations

2nd Edition

Forthcoming

Oliver P. Richmond
November 15, 2019

This updated and revised second edition examines the conceptualisation and evolution of peace in International Relations (IR) theory. The book examines the concept of peace and its usage in the main theoretical debates in IR, including realism, liberalism, constructivism, critical theory and...

Political Expression and Conflict Transformation in Divided Societies: Criminalising Politics and Politicising Crime

Political Expression and Conflict Transformation in Divided Societies: Criminalising Politics and Politicising Crime

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Daniel Kirkpatrick
October 02, 2019

This book considers how the social construction of crime and the criminalising of political expression impact upon different stages in a violent political conflict. The freedom to express our political opinions is regarded as an essential human right throughout most of the world, and yet, in...

Negotiating Intractable Conflicts: Readiness Theory Revisited

Negotiating Intractable Conflicts: Readiness Theory Revisited

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Amira Schiff
September 24, 2019

Through the lens of readiness theory, this book focuses on elements that determine the success and failure in negotiating peace agreements in intractable ethno-national conflicts. Examining three cases of mediated negotiation in Aceh, Sudan, and Sri Lanka, the book provides an analytical framework...

Resolving International Conflict: Dynamics of Escalation, Continuation and Transformation

Resolving International Conflict: Dynamics of Escalation, Continuation and Transformation

1st Edition

Isabel Bramsen, Poul Poder, Ole Waever
May 20, 2019

Resolving International Conflict rethinks the dynamics of conflict escalation and continuation by engaging with research from the wide range of subfields in this area. The book suggests a new framework for understanding conflict as a particular form of situation, interaction and tension. It shows...

Universities and Conflict: The Role of Higher Education in Peacebuilding and Resistance

Universities and Conflict: The Role of Higher Education in Peacebuilding and Resistance

1st Edition

Juliet Millican
May 07, 2019

This book uses a series of case studies to examine the roles played by universities during situations of conflict, peacebuilding and resistance. While a body of work dealing with the role of education in conflict does exist, this is almost entirely concerned with compulsory education and schooling...

State Domination and the Psycho-Politics of Conflict: Power, Conflict and Humiliation

State Domination and the Psycho-Politics of Conflict: Power, Conflict and Humiliation

1st Edition

Daniel Rothbart
April 04, 2019

This book offers a detailed study of the psycho-politics of governmental manipulation, in which a vulnerable population is disciplined by contorting their sense of self-worth. In many conflict settings, a nation’s government exerts its dominance over a marginalized population group through laws,...

Comparing Peace Processes

Comparing Peace Processes

1st Edition

Alpaslan Özerdem, Roger Mac Ginty
April 01, 2019

This book offers a comparative survey of 18 contemporary peace processes conducted by leading international scholars. There is no standard model of peace processes and all will vary according to the context, type of conflict, timing, national and global economic climate, and factors like natural...

Gender, Nationalism and Conflict Transformation: New Themes and Old Problems in Northern Ireland Politics

Gender, Nationalism and Conflict Transformation: New Themes and Old Problems in Northern Ireland Politics

1st Edition

Fidelma Ashe
March 28, 2019

Utilising Northern Ireland as a case study, this book presents an analysis of the gender and sexual politics of conflict transformation. The book synthesises a vast array of international sources with the author’s empirical and theoretical research to produce a powerful gendered critique of...

UN Intervention Practices in Iraq: A Discursive Approach to International Interventions

UN Intervention Practices in Iraq: A Discursive Approach to International Interventions

1st Edition

Kerstin Eppert
February 05, 2019

This book analyzes UN intervention discourses and practices in Iraq and develops a deconstructive approach to international interventions. Hitherto, most analyses of the conflict in Iraq in 2003 have established the UN’s role as path-dependent on the foreign policy of the US and the UK, and...

Re-Envisioning Conflict Resolution: Vision, Action and Evaluation in Creative Conflict Engagement

Re-Envisioning Conflict Resolution: Vision, Action and Evaluation in Creative Conflict Engagement

1st Edition

Jay Rothman
January 31, 2019

This book explores the process of assessing success in the field of conflict resolution, with a focus on the Action Evaluation method pioneered by the author. Since the early days of the field of conflict resolution, researchers and practitioners have been trying to determine how to define and...

African Peace Militaries: War, Peace and Democratic Governance

African Peace Militaries: War, Peace and Democratic Governance

1st Edition

David J. Francis
January 17, 2019

This book provides a critical understanding of the emerging role of African militaries in peacetime democratic Africa. This book departs from the dominant perspective which simply presents the military as an ‘enemy’ of democracy because of the history and legacy of unending military coup d’états...

Transforming the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: From Mutual Negation to Reconciliation

Transforming the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: From Mutual Negation to Reconciliation

1st Edition

Herbert C. Kelman, Philip Mattar, Neil Caplan
May 03, 2018

This book is a collection of essential essays on resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by eminent social psychologist Herbert C. Kelman. Few experts or practitioners know the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as well as Kelman, and for over forty years he has conducted interactive problem-solving...

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