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Managing Conflict in a World Adrift

Author : Chester A. Crocker
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The eagerly anticipated follow up to Leashing the Dogs of War. In the midst of a global political shift where power moves from central institutions to smaller, more disbursed units, another landmark text edited by Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson and Pamela Aall provides essential insights and practical guidance. In Managing Conflict in a World Adrift, 40 of the world’s leading international affairs analysts examine the relationship between political, social or economic change and the outbreak and spread of conflict. They then consider what this means for conflict management. This panoramic study is the latest volume in a series of titles on conflict management edited by Crocker, Hampson and Aall and follows up on their seminal work Leashing the Dogs of War (2007). For more than a decade, this series of titles has been the definitive resource for students and practitioners of conflict management who want a better understanding of the most contemporary thinking about what causes conflict and how to prevent and manage it.

The Role of Business in the Responsibility to Protect

Author : John Forrer
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The Role of Business in the Responsibility to Protect closes the gap between research on the Responsibility to Protect and the private sector, as previous research has focused only on state responsibilities and state actors. This book examines in detail the developing research on the significant role that private sector actors can play in promoting peace and stability. Contributors to this volume explore the key arguments for where, why, and how private sector actors can contribute to the prevention and cessation of mass atrocity crimes; and how this can inform and extend the UN policy discussion around Responsibility to Protect. The contributors include lead voices in the Responsibility to Protect discourse as well as central voices in business and peace literature.

Research Handbook on Mediating International Crises

Author : Jonathan Wilkenfeld
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Current conceptions of mediation can often fail to capture the complexity and intricacy of modern conflicts. This Research Handbook addresses this problem by presenting the leading expert opinions on international mediation, examining how international mediation practices, mechanisms and institutions should adapt to the changing characteristics of contemporary international crises.

Responding to Violent Conflicts and Humanitarian Crises

Author : Pamela Aall
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This book introduces the four principal sets of institutions that engage in bringing peace and relief to societies mired in violent conflicts and humanitarian crises—the United Nations and other international bodies; non-governmental organizations; civilian government agencies; and militaries. Because these institutions have distinct goals as well as overlapping mandates and activities on the ground, they do not always collaborate effectively, due in part to a lack of familiarity with how the other institutions are organized, make decisions or act on the ground. Despite declining public support for large-scale, state-building missions recently, more complex interagency efforts have evolved in partnership with host country governments. Numerous third parties continue to undertake peacebuilding, stabilization, and humanitarian relief measures around the globe. This book is intended primarily for those serving in the field, but it is also helpful to headquarters personnel and policymakers, as well as military and agency trainees and university students.

Tu Galala

Author : David Robie
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The Pacific is in upheaval -- growing poverty, nuclear testing, independence struggles, militarisation and massive social dislocation are pressing, often intractable issues. In "Tu Galala" (meaning freedom), indigenous and palagi writers describe the impact of these influences on their people. Topics covered include the Bougainville crisis and the environmental impact of mining on indigenous communities in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea; hazardous waste dumping and the Johnson Atoll chemical weapons burn off controversy; human rights violations in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and East Timor; "development" in Kanaky/New Caledonia, and tino rangatiratanga in Aotearoa/New Zealand ..."--Back cover.

Proceedings of Globalization

Author : John H. Dunning
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Punjab Journal of Politics

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Political Science Abstracts

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Management of Third World Crises in Adverse Partnership

Author : Imtiaz H. Bokhari
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In this objective study Imtiaz Bokhari studies three major regional crises - the Iran-Iraq war, the 1971 Indo-Pakistan crisis, and the 1973 Arab-Israel war - each of which continues to carry within it the danger of turning into a major international conflagration, and looks at the ways in which the powers-that-be have managed to contain the crises.

The End of the Postwar Era

Author : Alastair Buchan
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The New York Times Book Review

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A Season of Splendor

Author : Greg King
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"A Season of Splendor takes you on a spectacular journey through this Gilded Age, the period from roughly the 1870s to 1914, when old-money bluebloods and patricians confronted the nouveau riche - railway barons, steel magnates, and Wall Street speculators - and forged an uneasy and dazzling new social order in New York City. Together, their extreme wealth, elaborate parties, marble mansions, shocking excesses, and delicious scandals transformed the social, architectural, and sartorial landscape."--BOOK JACKET.

Factory and Industrial Management

Author : John Robertson Dunlap
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The enduring conflict of Christ with the sin that is in the world sermons preached during Lent 1865 in Oxford

Author : Jesus Christ
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Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
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Managing Social Change

Author : S. P. Ahuja
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The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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A Generation Adrift

Author : Hans Werdmolder
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In recent years Dutch society has faced increasing crime among youngsters from different ethnic backgrounds. Moroccan youths particularly are involved in criminal activities. This book offers a colourful and insightful portrait of a criminal Moroccan gang in the Netherlands. A group of Moroccan youths, who had come To The Netherlands to join their migrant fathers, was closely observed for more than eight years. Hans WerdmÖlder describes and examines the changes and continuities in their process of marginalisation and, For some of them, The difficult return to core institutions of society. To get in touch with the Moroccan gang the author used personal and direct methods. During the research WerdmÖlder became a barkeeper in a youth home, a youth worker and a social worker. He conducted research not only in an old neighborhood of the city of Amsterdam, but also in Morocco. The combination of personal observation, interaction, and ethnographic research into the setting and lives of such a peripheral group in Dutch society makes the study perceptive and highly readable. The book forms a valuable contribution To The discussion on youth gangs, particularly of second generation immigrants, and especially in the European context.

Adrift

Author : Michael Ross
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Democracy Adrift

Author : David R. Dye
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