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eBook Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Lexicon epub
  • ISBN: 0199568162
  • Author: Vincent Chetail
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 344 pages
  • ePUB size: 1677 kb
  • FB2 size 1167 kb
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Keywords: peacebuilding, post-conflict, peacekeeping, international administration, United Nations, jus post bellum. Chetail, Vincent, Post-Conflict Peacebuilding - Ambiguity and Identity (March 16, 2009). POST-CONFLICT PEACE-BUILDING: A LEXICON, pp. 1-33, Vincent Chetail, e. Oxford University Press, 2009. com/abstract 1641243. Vincent Chetail (Contact Author).

Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Lexicon. Accordingly, this lexicon aims to clarify and illuminate the multiple facets of post-conflict peacebuilding, by presenting its major themes and trends from an analytical perspective. Post-Conflict Peacebuilding comes at a critical time for post-conflict peacebuilding. To this end, the book opens with a general introduction on the concept of post-conflict peacebuilding, followed by twenty-six essays on its key elements (including capacity-building, conflict transformation, reconciliation, recovery, rule of law, security sector reform, and transitional justice).

Chetail, Vincent, Post-Conflict Peacebuilding – A lexicon, OXFORD, United

Chetail, Vincent, Post-Conflict Peacebuilding – A lexicon, OXFORD, United.

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: a Lexicon. Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding: Moving from Violence to Sustainable Peace. London: Routledge, 2009. Crossing the Gods: World Religions and Worldly Politics.

The global experiment in post-conflict peacebuilding, underway since the end of the Cold War . Global Governance 13:1 (January-March 2007), pp. 35–58; and Vincent Chetail, e. Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Lexicon (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).

The global experiment in post-conflict peacebuilding, underway since the end of the Cold War, has arrived at a crossroads and it is uncertain how it will proceed. 2 While the United Nations (UN) and its member states continue to reaffirm their support for peacebuilding and to mount new missions aimed at helping countries emerging from civil wars, observers have questioned the effectiveness.

Peace-building, post-conflict regulation, Constitution, institutions, Ukraine. 1 Vincent Chetail, Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Lexicon (Oxford, 2009), . 5. Regardless of the cause of conflicts in a state, when the violence is ceased its aftermath should be dealt with. Pos-conflict peace-building: meeting human needs for justice and e, Conflict and Development. Issue Four, April, 2004.

The notion of building peace in conflict-affected states and societies is not .

The notion of building peace in conflict-affected states and societies is not new, and certainly not one invented by the United Nations (UN). Conflict entrepreneurs’ are an intrinsic part of the post-conflict economy, and Cooper emphasises the need for peacebuilding practitioners to recognise and acknowledge the complicity of the developed world in creating the conditions for conflict, not least by providing the market for goods stemming from conflict zones.

Vincent Chetail, ‘Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: Ambiguity and Identity’, in Chetail (e., Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Lexicon (Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 1–33. 4. Eva Bertram, ‘Reinventing Governments: The Promise and Perils of United Nations Peace Building’, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1995, 39, 3, 387–418. 9. Roland J. Fischer, ‘The Potential for Peacebuilding: Forging a Bridge from Peacekeeping to Peacemaking’, Peace & Change, 1993, 18, 3, 247–66. 10. A. B. Featherstone, ‘Peacekeeping, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding: A Reconsideration of Theoretical Frameworks’, International Peacekeeping, 2000, 7, 1, 190–218.

Chetail 2009 places peacekeeping within the wider function of building peace and contains a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Chetail, Vincent, ed. Post-Conflict Peace Building: A Lexicon. Blokker, Niels . and Nico Schrijver, eds. The Security Council and the Use of Force. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. E-mail Citation . A modern, interdisciplinary lexicon of peace-building concepts, such as capacity building, civil society, human security, local ownership, responsibility to protect, transitional justice, and many others (including a chapter on peace operations), reflecting wider normative frameworks within which peacekeeping forces operate.

Post-Conflict Peacebuilding comes at a critical time for post-conflict peace building. Its rapid move towards the top of the international political agenda has been accompanied by added scrutiny, as the international community seeks to meet the multi-dimensional challenges of building a just and sustainable peace in societies ravaged by war. Beyond the strictly operational dimension, there is considerable ambiguity in the concepts and terminology used to discuss post-conflict peacebuilding. This ambiguity undermines efforts to agree on common understandings of how peace can be most effectively 'built', thereby impeding swift, coherent action. Accordingly, this lexicon aims to clarify and illuminate the multiple facets of post-conflict peacebuilding, by presenting its major themes and trends from an analytical perspective. To this end, the book opens with a general introduction on the concept of post-conflict peacebuilding, followed by twenty-six essays on its key elements (including capacity-building, conflict transformation, reconciliation, recovery, rule of law, security sector reform, and transitional justice). Written by international experts from a range of disciplines, including political science and international relations, international law, economics, and sociology, these essays cover the whole spectrum of post-conflict peacebuilding. In reflecting a diversity of perspectives the lexicon sheds light on many different challenges associated with post-conflict peacebuilding. For each key concept a generic definition is proposed, which is then expanded through discussion of three main areas: the meaning and origin of the concept; its content and essential components; and its means of implementation, including lessons learned from past practice.
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