Understanding conflict resolution: war, peace and the global system

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SAGE Publications, 2007 M01 19 - 311 pages
This thoroughly revised edition of Peter Wallensteen's text provides a comprehensive guide to understanding conflict resolution in the contemporary global environment. Understanding Conflict Resolution draws on recent and classic research from around the world, linking the theory of conflict resolution to in-depth case studies throughout. This new edition has been brought fully up to date with coverage of the ongoing 'war on terror', as well as events in Sudan, Lebanon, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.

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Contents

Armed Conflicts and Peace Agreements
12
List of Figures
26
Approaching Conflict Resolution
31
Analysing Conflict Resolution
57
Basics of Conflict Resolution
79
Conflict Resolution in Civil Wars
121
Conflict Resolution in State Formation Conflicts
153
Complexities in Conflict Resolution
191
The United Nations in Conflict Resolution
220
International Communities in Conflict Resolution
251
Notes
282
Index
298
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About the author (2007)

Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, Sweden.

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