The Palgrave Handbook of Global Approaches to Peace

 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. im Januar 2019
 
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  • XXXIX, 717 Seiten
978-3-319-78904-0 (ISBN)
 
With existing literature focusing largely on Western perspectives of peace and their applications, a global understanding of peace is much needed. Spurred by more recent debates and discourses that criticize the dominant realist and liberal approaches for crises in contemporary state- and peace-building, the contributors to this handbook emphasize not only the need to solve this eternal conundrum of humanity, but also demand-with the rise of increasingly more violent conflicts in international relations-the development of a global interpretive framework for peace and security. To this end, the present handbook examines conceptual, institutional and normative interpretive approaches for making, building and promoting peace in the context of roles played by state and non-state actors within local, national, regional, and global units of analysis.
2019
  • Englisch
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 23 farbige Abbildungen, 4 s/w Abbildungen, 26 farbige Tabellen
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  • Bibliographie
  • Höhe: 235 mm
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  • Breite: 155 mm
978-3-319-78904-0 (9783319789040)
331978904X (331978904X)
10.1007/978-3-319-78905-7
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Aigul Kulnazarova is Professor of International Relations and International Law in the School of Global Studies at Tama University, Japan. Vesselin Popovski is Professor and Vice Dean in the School of Law, as well as Director of the Centre for UN Studies, at Jindal Global University, India.

PART I

INTRODUCTION

1 Framework for Global Approaches to Peace: An Introduction

Aigul Kulnazarova (Tama University, Japan)

PART II

CONCEPTUAL APPROACHES TO PEACE

Introduction: Ideas and Individuals

2 Cosmopolitan Paths to Peace

Richard Falk (Princeton University, USA)

3 Peace, R2P and Public Goods Theory

Bjørn Møller (Aalborg University, Denmark)

4 Gandhism and Peace

Ramin Jahanbegloo (Jindal Global University, India)

5 Feminist Continua in Peace and Conflict Studies

Amanda E. Donahoe (Centenary College of Louisiana, USA)

6 The Liberal Peace: Challenges to Development, Democracy and Soft Power

Syed Mansoob Murshed (Erasmus University, The Netherlands)

7 Human Security and the Socialization of Peace

Leonard Hammer (The University of Arizona, USA)

PART III

DOMESTIC APPROACHES TO PEACE

Introduction: States and Societies

8 Singapore's Small State Domestic Peacemaking: "Quiet under the Banyan Tree"

Alan Chong (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

9 Peace in Rwanda: Balancing the ICTR and "Gacaca" in Postgenocide Peacebuilding

Jean-Damascène Gasanabo (The National Commission for the Fight against Genocide, Rwanda)

10 Operationalizing Positive Peace: Canadian Approaches to International Security Policy and Practice

D. Conor Seyle (One Earth Foundation Research, Canada)

11 Russian Approaches to International Peace, Security and Institutions: Debating Within IR Schools

Alexander Sergunin (Saint Petersburg University, Russia)

12 Reframing the Principle of Noninterference: Reflections of Chinese School Debates and Beijing's Approach to Peace

Li Li (Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China)

13 Japan's Thorny Path to Peace: Past, Present and Future

Kazuya Asakawa (Tokaigakuen University, Japan)

14 Building Peace Through Ubuntu in the Aftermath of Electoral Violence in Divided African Societies

Lembe Tiky (University of Connecticut, USA)

15 Did Colombians Really Say "No" to Peace?: A Grassroots Peace Activism Versus Top-down Approach

Juan Fernando Lucio (Pasa Colombia, Colombia)

D. Conor Seyle (One Earth Foundation Research, Canada)

Alexandra Amling (Pasa Colombia, Colombia)

PART IV

REGIONAL APPROACHES TO PEACE

Introduction: Regions and Institutions

16 Peace in Europe: The Role of the European Union in Peacebuilding and Security

Maria Stoicheva (University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

17 Which "ASEAN Way" Forward?: Southeast Asian Perspectives on Peace and Institutions

Ekaterina Koldunova (Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia)

18 A Latin American Approach to Peace: The Case of MERCOSUR

Felicitas Acosta (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina)

19 The African Peace and Security Architecture: An African Response to Regional Peace and Security Challenges

Dêlidji Eric Degila (Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland)

Charles K. Amegan (Independent Consultancy, France)

20 Official Discourses on Peace and Security in Post-Soviet Central Asia

Medet Tiulegenov (The American University of Central Asia, The Kyrgyz Republic)

PART V

SYSTEMIC APPROACHES TO PEACE

Introduction: Institutions and Processes

21 International Women's Organizations, Peace and Peacebuilding

Joyce Goodman (The University of Winchester, UK)

22 The Role of Religious Institutions: Peace in Eastern Orthodoxy

Yuri Stoyanov (The University of London, UK)

23 The OECD Development Assistance Committee and Peace: Instituting Peace by Economic Means

Christian Ydesen (Aalborg University, Denmark)

Joren Verschaeve (Ghent University, Belgium)

24 The UN Security Council and Responsibility to Protect as Global Approach to Prevent Mass Atrocities

Vesselin Popovski (Jindal Global University, India)

25 Peace Process, International Organizations and the "Kurdish Question"

Pavel Shlykov (Moscow State University, Russia)

26 The Role of International Organizations in Peace and Reconciliation in Kenya

Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt (Aalborg University, Denmark)

Michael Omondi Owiso (Maseno University, Kenya)

27 Transnational Governance and Peace Processes: The Case of the UN and ICC in Colombia

Adriana Rincón (The University of Massachusetts Boston, USA)

Consuelo Sánchez Bautista (Consultancy, Peace Education, Colombia and Ecuador)

Jeffrey D. Pugh (The University of Massachusetts Boston, USA)

PART VI

ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO PEACE

Introduction: What's next?

28 Peace Institutions: Gandhism, Conflict Solution, Lifting the Bottom Up

Johan Galtung (Transcend International, Norway)

29 Toward Engendered-Sustainable Peace to End Patriarchal Violence

Úrsula Oswald Spring (National University of Mexico, Mexico)

30 Transitional Justice: Between Peacebuilding and Reconciliation

Anja Mihr (Center on Governance through Human Rights, Germany)

31 Peace, Politics and Religion

Jeffrey Haynes (London Metropolitan University, UK)

32 Approaching Peace Visually: Global Imaginaries and Narratives of Everyday Peacebuilding

Tommaso Durante (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia)

33 In Search for Peace in the Arctic

Valery Konyshev (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)

Alexander Sergunin (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)

34 International Norms and Future Peacebuilding

Alistair D. Edgar (Wilfred University, Canada)

PART VII

CONCLUSION

35 The Global Approaches and the Future of Peace Research

Vesselin Popovski (Jindal Global University, India)

With existing literature focusing largely on Western perspectives of peace and their applications, a global understanding of peace is much needed. Spurred by more recent debates and discourses that criticize the dominant realist and liberal approaches for crises in contemporary state- and peace-building, the contributors to this handbook emphasize not only the need to solve this eternal conundrum of humanity, but also demand-with the rise of increasingly more violent conflicts in international relations-the development of a global interpretive framework for peace and security. To this end, the present handbook examines conceptual, institutional and normative interpretive approaches for making, building and promoting peace in the context of roles played by state and non-state actors within local, national, regional, and global units of analysis.
Aigul Kulnazarova is Professor of International Relations and International Law in the School of Global Studies at Tama University, Japan.
Vesselin Popovski is Professor and Vice Dean in the School of Law, as well as Director of the Centre for UN Studies, at Jindal Global University, India.

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