The No-Nonsense Guide to Conflict and Peace
Edited by Helen Ware.
Published in Canada in association with New Internationalist Publications Ltd. by Between the Lines, 2005.
|As conflicts of all kinds abound, this No-Nonsense Guide provides
a refreshing antidote. Can conflict be prevented? If not, how can it be
Drawing on the authors wide range of experience, from the UN to the local village, The No-Nonsense Guide to Conflict and Peace will help readers to understand why conflict persists-and how it can be transformed.
This guide is excellent for students, peace groups and activists. With tables, maps, case studies and quotes it looks at how conflict escalates and ways it can be prevented. It examines the changing types of war, including the War on Terror and ethnic conflict such as in Rwanda; the role of diplomacy in the UN, and what steps ordinary people are taking to re-building communities. It also offers ideas and inspiration for creating a lasting peace.
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