Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding Publications

Post-Soviet Women Encountering Transition: Nation-Building, Economic Survival, and Civic Activism, edited by Kathleen Kuehnast and Carol Nechemias

Post-Soviet Women Encountering Transition: Nation-Building, Economic Survival, and Civic Activism

May 01, 2004
Through anthropology, political science, and other disciplines, the contributors examine women’s role in post-Soviet nation-building, rural household economies, and democratization and civic activism.
Environmental Peacemaking, edited by Ken Conca and Geoffrey D. Dabelko

Environmental Peacemaking

Oct 01, 2002
This volume examines the case for environmental peacemaking by comparing progress, prospects, and problems of initiatives in six regions—South Asia, Central Asia, the Baltics, Southern Africa, the Caucasus, and the U.S.-Mexico border.
Beyond State Crisis? Post-Colonial Africa and Post-Soviet Eurasia in Comparative Perspective, edited by Mark Beissinger and Crawford Young

Beyond State Crisis? Post-Colonial Africa and Post-Soviet Eurasia in Comparative Perspective

May 01, 2002
This book compares sub-Saharan Africa and the former Soviet Union, two regions beset by the breakdown of states suffering from extreme official corruption, organized crime extending into warlordism, and the disintegration of economic institutions and public institutions for human services.
Conflict Unending: India-Pakistan Tensions since 1947 by Sumit Ganguly

Conflict Unending: India-Pakistan Tensions since 1947

May 01, 2002
Since their genesis in 1947, the nations of India and Pakistan have been locked in a seemingly endless spiral of hostility over the disputed territory of Kashmir. Ganguly asserts that the two nations remain mired in conflict due to inherent features of their nationalist agendas.
Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America, edited by Cynthia J. Arnson

Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America

Oct 01, 1999
A carefully structured comparative analysis of six Latin American countries—Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Colombia, and Peru—and the array of political means used to end these countries’ guerilla conflicts. It discusses not only ways to end the military conflicts, but also the political, ethnic, social and economic imbalances that originally sparked the conflict.
The Crisis in Kashmir: Portents of War, Hopes of Peace by Sumit Ganguly

The Crisis in Kashmir: Portents of War, Hopes of Peace

May 01, 1997
This book traces the origins of the insurgency in Indian-controlled Jammu and Kashmir. The first theoretically-grounded account, and the most complete, it is based on extensive interviews. Ganguly’s central argument is that the insurgency can be explained by political mobilization and institutional decay.

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