Building Sustainable Peace

Building Sustainable Peace, ed. Keating, Tom and Knight, Andy (Alberta and Tokyo: The University of Alberta Press and United Nations University Press, 2004).

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  • Editor Keating, Tom
    Knight, Andy
    Title Building Sustainable Peace
    Publication Date 2004
    Place of Publication Alberta and Tokyo
    Publisher The University of Alberta Press and United Nations University Press
    Edition First Edition
    Pages LXII, 439
    Language eng
    Abstract As the world turns its attention to the reconstruction of Afghanistan and Iraq following recent conflicts in these countries, the issue of post-conflict peacebuilding takes center stage. The precise elements in peacebuilding, as envisioned by Boutros-Ghali, include disarming warring parties, restoring order, decommissioning and destroying weapons, repatriating refugees, providing advisory and training support for security personnel, monitoring elections, de-mining and other forms of demilitarization, providing technical assistance, advancing efforts to protect human rights, reforming and strengthening institutions of governance-including assistance in monitoring and supervising electoral processes-and promoting formal and informal participation in the political process. Building Sustainable Peace presents a timely and original overview of the field of peace studies and offers fresh analytical tools that promote a critical reconceptualization of peace and conflict, while also making specific reference to peacebuilding strategies employed in recent international conflicts.
    Keyword Peacebuilding
    Conflicts
    Sustainable peace
    Culture of violence
    Copyright Holder The University of Alberta Press
    Copyright Year 2004
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9280811010
    9789280811018
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