Issues in peace and conflict studies : selections from CQ researcher.
by CQ Researcher.Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE, c2011Description: xix, 521 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781412992916 (pbk.); 1412992915 (pbk.).Subject(s): Conflict management | Peace | Arms control
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Includes bibliographical references.
World peacekeeping : do nation-states have a "responsibility to protect?" -- Separatist movements : should nations have a right to self-determination? -- Nuclear disarmament : will president Obama's efforts make the U.S. safer? -- Future of NATO : is the transatlantic alliance obsolete? -- Anti-semitism in Europe : are Israel's policies spurring a new wave of hate crimes? -- Crisis in Darfur : is there any hope for peace? -- Crisis in Pakistan : can the fragile democracy survive? -- Middle East peace prospects: is there any hope for long-term peace? -- The troubled horn of Africa : can the war-torn region be stabilized? -- U.S.-China relations : is a future confrontation looming? -- Aiding refugees : should the U.N. help more displaced people? -- Truth commissions : can countries heal after atrocities? -- Dangerous war debris : who should clean up after conflicts end? -- Prosecuting terrorists : should suspected terrorists be given military or civil trials? -- Caring for veterans : does the VA adequately serve wounded vets? -- Attacking piracy : can the growing global threat be stopped? -- Terrorism and the internet : should web sites that promote terrorism be shut down? -- Climate change : will the Copenhagen accord slow global warming? -- Confronting rape as a war crime : will a new U.N. campaign have any impact?