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Official Records

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Release: 2006
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Languages : en
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Building Peace And Democracy Or Organizing Exit

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Author: Stuard Shaw
Publisher: VDM Publishing
Release: 2007
ISBN:
Size: 27.99 MB
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Category : Political Science
Languages : en
Pages : 158
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Building Peace And Democracy Or Organizing Exit

by Stuard Shaw, Building Peace And Democracy Or Organizing Exit Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Building Peace And Democracy Or Organizing Exit books, Since the early 1990s the United Nations has accepted the liberal democratic peace thesis and adopted the democratic reconstruction model as a modus operandi for its peacebuilding endeavours. Internationally administered elections have played a central, but not unproblematic, role in these missions. Are post-conflict elections really designed to establish democracy or do they simply provide an exit strategy for international actors? This book seeks to answer this question by exploring and evaluating how the UN's use of elections has changed since the end of the Cold War. It offers in-depth analysis of UN missions to Cambodia and East Timor, two of the most important examples of international attempts at implementing democracy in post-conflict situations. The book is addressed to political science students and researchers with an interest in peacekeeping and peacebuilding, democratization and the United Nations."



Is Intervention Humanitarian

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Author: Inger Österdahl
Publisher: Uppsala Universitet
Release: 2002
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Size: 42.82 MB
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Category : Political Science
Languages : en
Pages : 98
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Is Intervention Humanitarian

by Inger Österdahl, Is Intervention Humanitarian Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Is Intervention Humanitarian books, Humanitarian intervention raises many questions. Spreading democracy is often cited as a goal of such intervention, but what is meant by democracy is anything but clear. Just as uncertain is the question of how to achieve democracy. Typically it is easier to begin an act of intervention than to conclude one. In the case of East Timor, a UN-initiated action has resulted in a new state now being left to make it on its own. So far the US has played an overwhelmingly large role in interventions abroad. A view from outside the US, and another from inside, considers under what circumstances the US is likely to intervene abroad for humanitarian purposes, and whether these circumstances are likely to appear in the near future. The interdisciplinary symposium and the production of this book has been generously supported by the Swedish Emergency Management Agency.



Contemporary Southeast Asia

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Release: 2002
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Size: 79.27 MB
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Category : Asia, Southeastern
Languages : en
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Building States To Build Peace

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Author: Charles Call
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub
Release: 2008
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Size: 45.13 MB
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Category : Political Science
Languages : en
Pages : 438
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Building States To Build Peace

by Charles Call, Building States To Build Peace Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Building States To Build Peace books, There is increasing consensus among scholars and policy analysts that successful peacebuilding can occur only in the context of capable state institutions. But how can legitimate and sustainable states best be established in the aftermath of civil wars? And what role should international actors play in supporting the vital process?Addressing these questions, this state-of-the-art volume explores the core challenges involved in institutionalizing postconflict states. The combination of thematic chapters and in-depth case studies covers the full range of the most vexing and diverse problems confronting domestic and international actors seeking to build states while building peace.It explores how sustainable states can best be established in the aftermath of civil wars, and the role that international actors can play in supporting the vital process.



Liberal Peace Transitions

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Author: Oliver P Richmond
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Release: 2011-04-06
ISBN: 0748687963
Size: 46.73 MB
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Category : Political Science
Languages : en
Pages : 240
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Liberal Peace Transitions

by Oliver P Richmond, Liberal Peace Transitions Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Liberal Peace Transitions books, A critical assessment of current liberal approaches to post-conflict statebuilding with constructive suggestions as to where improvements might be made. Newly available in paperback.



Un Tied Nations

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Author: Kate Seaman
Publisher: Routledge
Release: 2016-02-24
ISBN: 1317004175
Size: 12.55 MB
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Category : Political Science
Languages : en
Pages : 248
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Un Tied Nations

by Kate Seaman, Un Tied Nations Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Un Tied Nations books, With the recent developments in Syria the United Nations is once again making headlines. The failure to reach an agreement on a Security Council resolution demonstrates the continued problems in forging a coherent international response to crisis situations. This lack of coherence continues despite recognition of the need for more cooperation to solve the growing list of global problems. With the relative success of global governance initiatives in relation to the environment, health issues, and economic problems, the focus has increasingly shifted to the problems of international security. This timely and important book represents a response to that shift and the implications this has for the wider international system. Using a number of relevant case studies (including the UN interventions in Bosnia, Somalia, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo and East Timor) it examines the securitisation of global governance through the prism of United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and demonstrates that the development of both global governance and global security governance have transformed the environment in which international organisations, such as the United Nations, are operating. Moreover this book brings together a number of the key academic debates surrounding both global security governance and peacekeeping. It combines an examination of the power relations of global security governance, with the changing nature of peacekeeping operations. By bringing the two areas together the book for the first time bridges existing literatures and debates, from theoretical discussions of global governance, to practical examinations of peacekeeping operations. UN-Tied Nations provides a concise and analytical introduction to the ongoing debates around the development of global governance, global security governance, and the continuous impact these are having on the ability of the United Nations to act as an international peacekeeper.