Edited book

New Perspective on Liberal Peacebuilding


Editors
Newman Edward, Paris Roland, Richmond Oliver P.


Publisher
United Nations University Press

Publication year
2009


Place of publication
Tokio


Chapters
  • Introduction
  • "Liberal" peacebuilding debates
    Newman Edward pp.26-53
  • Beyond liberal peace? Responses to "backsliding"
  • Towards life welfare
    Pugh Michael pp.78-96
  • Does liberal peacebuilding have a future?
    Paris Roland pp.97-111
  • Transitional justice and liberal peace
  • A critique of the political economy of the liberal peace: Elements of an African experience
    Salih M. A. Mohamed pp.133-158
  • Earth calling the liberals: Locating the political culture of Sierra Leone as the terrain for "reform"
    Taylor Ian pp.159-177
  • Afghanistan: Justice sector reform
  • Peacebuilding in Bosnia-Erzegovina: Reflections on the development-democracy link
  • "We just take what they offer": Community empowerment in post-war Timor-Leste
    Hughes Caroline pp.218-242
  • The making of Sri Lanka's post-conflict economic package and the failure of the 2001-2004 peace process
    Venugopal Rajesh pp.243-266
  • Beware of liberal peacebuilders bearing gifts: The deviancy of liberal peace in Palestine and Israel
    Franks Jason pp.267-291
  • Liberal interventions, illiberal outcomes: The United Nation, Western powers and Lebanon
    Zahar Marie-Joelle pp.292-315
  • Re-examinig liberal peacebuilding in light of realism and pragmatism: The Cambodian experience
    Peou Sorpong pp.316-336
  • Revisiting the "liberal peace" thesis applied to Central America: New insights for and against the Wilsonian
    Nasi Carlo pp.336-367

Loan status
Available for loan

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