No War, No Peace: The Rejuvenation of Stalled Peace Processes and Peace Accords by Roger Mac Ginty

No War, No Peace: The Rejuvenation of Stalled Peace Processes and Peace Accords

byRoger Mac Ginty

Paperback | July 12, 2006

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This is a critical investigation of the stalled and dysfunctional peace that often follows civil wars and an examination of how peace processes and peace accords can be revived. The author is a well-known and established writer in the field. Post-conflict reconstruction is topical and Iraq is a huge test-case. This book poses serious questions about the quality of peace experienced in post-peace accord societies. It adopts a critical perspective on peacemaking. It unpacks the notion of the `liberal democratic peace` as the key organizing principle behind internationally supported peace processes and accords. This book investigates stalled and dysfunctional peace processes and peace accords in societies experiencing civil wars. Using a critical and comparative perspective, it offers strategies for rejuvenating and re-orientating stalled peace processes and peace accords so that they are more able to foster sustainable and inclusive peace.

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Title:No War, No Peace: The Rejuvenation of Stalled Peace Processes and Peace AccordsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:230 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.02 inPublished:July 12, 2006Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230204872

ISBN - 13:9780230204874

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Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures
List of Abbreviations
About the Author
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Peace
Liberal Democratic Peace
Conflict
Critical Peace Assessment
Peace Accords Thwarted by Violence
The Elusive Peace Dividend
Peace Prevented by External Actors
Conclusion: What Works?
Notes
Bibliography
Index