Resolving Regional Conflicts

Resolving Regional Conflicts

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The end of the cold war has not meant an end to conflict around the world. Disagreements still exist, and discord continues to erupt into battles. In Resolving Regional Conflicts twelve scholars present a broad introduction to the issue of discord with and between nations, exploring models by which emerging security problems can be analyzed and looking at specific conflicts and the ways they are being handled.show more

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  • Hardback | 272 pages
  • 165 x 241 x 25.4mm | 590g
  • University of Illinois Press
  • Baltimore, United States
  • English
  • 0252023684
  • 9780252023682

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The regionalization of international security -- Modeling international security / Edward A. Kolodziej -- Regional conflict and the prospects for peace -- Understanding the Irish conflict and the hopes for peace / William F. Kelleher -- The case for impartiality in Ireland / Robert J. McKim -- Pakistan's search for security and prosperity / Marvin G. Weinbaum -- Causes of conflict and conditions for peace in South Asia / Stephen P. Cohen -- Intervention and peacekeeping -- Grounds for hope or pessimism? / Paul W. Schroeder -- Peacekeeping in Somalia, Cambodia, and the former Yugoslavia / Paul F. Diehl -- Conflict resolution and international intervention in El Salvador and Cambodia / Gerardo L. Munck and Chetan Kumar -- Conflict management in East Central Europe / Carol Skalnik Leff -- Russia as a regional peacekeeper / Alexander V. Kozhemiakin and Roger E. Kanet.show more

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