Negotiating peace with justice is notoriously difficult. This book offers an original theory and set of essays... Læs mere
"Analyzes how the practices of counterinsurgency applied by the Thai military in the southernmost provinces constitute Thailand as an imperial formation that rests on producing its Malay-Muslim minority as different in terms of race, gender and religion"--
Since its transition to democracy in 1994, South Africa has become increasingly drawn into the... Læs mere
During the 1990s it was a feature of peacekeeping operations that a gap of almost a year would pass between the... Læs mere
In this thoroughly revised edition of his bestselling 1999 volume Why Peacekeeping Fails, Dennis Jett explains why peacekeepers today are dying in record numbers while engaged in operations that either are bound to fail or make little contribution to peace.
Provides vital insights into the future of peacekeeping operations in Africa, as well as practical solutions to security challenges facing the continent.
Exploring the contributions of youth and their multidimensional roles as political activists, soldiers, economic actors,... Læs mere
Deeply critical of the West's indifference to developing countries and the UN's repeated failure to intervene decisively, the book provoked massive controversy on its initial publication.
A UNIQUE INSIDER VIEW OF THE NEW ZEALAND ARMY
Examining the contributions of truth-telling mechanisms, such as truth commissions, to long-term... Læs mere
This book explores how large-scale conflicts can be waged more constructively. An introduction presents key... Læs mere