The authors investigate how peace research relates to security studies and international relations, providing a comprehensive study of conceptual innovations and a discussion of security analysis in the European context. Without a security regime to replace the vacuum left by the collapse of the Soviet empire, democratization in formerly communist Europe may be insufficient to prevent a prolonged period of military insecurity and conflict. Overall, the book reveals a great complexity and often contradiction in modern negotiations of religion and secularism by girls and boys, women and men, and a range of possibilities for change. Violent Postmodern Conflict: A Need to Go Beyond Symptoms 2. Violent Postmodern Conflict: A Need to Go Beyond Symptoms 2.
Human rights, tied to the value of justice, become the most important component of international order. Analyzed by region Europe increasingly has become an arena for armed conflict while in Central and South America the number of armed conflicts was reduced during the four-year period. A work in progress : implications of findings for research, theory, and policy. Peace and Security in the Postmodern World will be of much interest to students of conflict resolution, peace studies, international security and international organizations. In its original formulation, however, the potency of the term has to do with its meaning across a range of contexts, involving the broadest number of learning subjects, and I wish to retain that breadth in order to examine not just formal, structured, educational provision but the myriad informal ways in which the various partners to the conflict came to create the new, shared understandings that underpin the recent political settlement. A Framework for Analyzing Violent Postmodern Conflict 3. That policy, however, is carried out in the changed international space compared with the times of the Cold War.
Educators can play a key role in helping human societies progress toward more sustainable ways of living by implementing peacemaking, peacekeeping, and peace building strategies in school programs. Implications for Research, Theory, and Policy Appendix A Appendix B Bibliography Index Table of Contents 1. Written by established experts in the field of peace education from six different countries, this collection of articles not only represents a wide variety of peace education practices from different corners of the globe, but it also represents varying academic perspectives. Using a conceptual framework designed to enhance analysis of complex identity-based conflicts, Dennis J. The end of the ideological struggle freed the forces shaping the postmodern world. Violence contributes to the poor performance of many students. At the same time, the end of superpower rivalry has improved the conditions for containing and resolving conflicts and preventing their escalation.
Using a conceptual framework designed to enhance analysis of complex identity-based conflicts, Dennis J. Is a neo-Orientalism emerging in today's world? Implications for Research, Theory, and Policy Appendix A Appendix B Bibliography Index Table of Contents 1. What emerges is a remarkable collection of interviews and dialogues that discuss culture, ideology, history, Marxism, modernity, post-modernity, post-colonialism, globalization, and the role of the university and the intellectual in today's society. A Model for Responding to Violent Postmodern Conflict 4. A framework for analyzing violent postmodern conflict -- 3.
Violent Postmodern Conflict: A Need to Go Beyond Symptoms 2. A Framework for Analyzing Violent Postmodern Conflict 3. This book, based on European perceptions of European events, develops a peace and security model with applicability to other regions of the world. How should we define countries, like China, on the margins of modernity and post-modernity? Violent Postmodern Conflict: A Need to Go Beyond Symptoms 2. There have been different conflict mapping approaches to understand the complex and chaotic nature of ethnic conflicts. A Model for Responding to Violent Postmodern Conflict 4. Peace and Security in the Postmodern World will be of much interest to students of conflict resolution, peace studies, international security and international organizations.
Both remained prisoners of their past instead of innovators of the common future. Using a conceptual framework designed to enhance analysis of complex identity-based conflicts, Dennis J. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Combining theory and practice, Sean Kay surveys the full range of conceptual frameworks for thinking about power and peace and examines a wide array of current flashpoints in the Middle East, Asia, and Eurasia. To change this negative status quo, we put forward three essential instruments: gender mainstreaming to make gender relations the foundation of any analysis and decision making, the three-pillar framework of conflict mapping, and the New European Peace and Security System model of conflict intervention. Violent Postmodern Conflict: A Need to Go Beyond Symptoms 2.
The book provides a strong comparative perspective, with 15 countries or contexts represented. The end of the security trade-off, American nuclear protection against critical but loyal European support, meant that a new partnership based on equality, mutual respect, and legitimate self-interest was needed and that stability and peace on the Eurasian landmass was the overriding goal. Violent Postmodern Conflict: A Need to Go Beyond Symptoms 2. Predictions for the post-Cold War era have varied from visions of a world in which war had become obsolete to one racked by ethnic and nationalist violence. Peace building reforms go beyond responding to immediate forms of violence that may be overwhelming students and teachers to promoting positive images of peace through the study of nonviolence.
Northern Ireland was and remains a society with a very high degree of particularity, and there is little to be gained by reversing the direction of inappropriate analogies through an insistence that the template of this particular peace process can be applied elsewhere. These include his institute's university-based programs in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Turkey funded primarily by the U. A Framework for Analyzing Violent Postmodern Conflict 3. School reforms based upon principles of peace education have in common a belief in the power of peace to create a positive learning climate in schools and to address the problems of violence in the broader culture. Sandole really knows his stuff, and he's a nice guy too! The article suggests that peacetime security guarantees should be given to those former communist countries that have progressed furthest towards creating modern democracies and which have adopted moderate policies towards their neighbours.
Criteria for the use of military force in support of a security regime in Eastern Europe should be developed, drawing on just-war theory. In such a reality, the legitimacy of nuclear weapons should be based not only on the deterrence, but also on the need to protect human rights, tied with justice. The ending of the Cold War has permitted conflicts to reemerge which had been suppressed rather than resolved. How do international organizations respond when they have admitted countries that do not believe in the values of the organization? A Model for Responding to Violent Postmodern Conflict 4. © 2015 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Implications for Research, Theory, and Policy Appendix A Appendix B Bibliography Index.
The article concludes with a discussion of a possible role for simulation as an aid to policy makers concerned with the wars in former Yugoslavia and elsewhere. A Framework for Analyzing Violent Postmodern Conflict 3. In the Balkans, this phenomenon has resulted in one world war plus the more recent 'ethnic cleansing' of the last ten years of the 20th century. The implications for subsequent theory-building are probed to suggest how explanations and descriptions of the democratic peace might be improved by taking an expanded view of its preconditions. The book goes beyond common understandings of national defense to consider human security in the form of human rights, democracy, population, health, environment, and energy. This unique book enhances an interdisciplinary discourse about the complex intersections between gender, religion and education in the contemporary world.