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The Resource Searching for peace in Europe and Eurasia : an overview of conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities, edited by Paul van Tongeren, Hans van de Veen, and Juliette Verhoeven

Searching for peace in Europe and Eurasia : an overview of conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities, edited by Paul van Tongeren, Hans van de Veen, and Juliette Verhoeven

Label
Searching for peace in Europe and Eurasia : an overview of conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities
Title
Searching for peace in Europe and Eurasia
Title remainder
an overview of conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities
Statement of responsibility
edited by Paul van Tongeren, Hans van de Veen, and Juliette Verhoeven
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
327.1/7
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Tongeren, Paul van
  • Veen, Hans van de
  • Verhoeven, Juliette
  • European Centre for Conflict Prevention
Series statement
A project of the European Centre for Conflict Prevention
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  • Pacific settlement of international disputes
  • Reconciliation
  • Human rights
  • Conflict management
  • Peace-building
  • Civil society
  • Europe
  • Asia, Central
Label
Searching for peace in Europe and Eurasia : an overview of conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities, edited by Paul van Tongeren, Hans van de Veen, and Juliette Verhoeven
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Book Title""; ""Contents""; ""Foreword: Searching for Peace in Europe and Eurasia""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction""; ""Part 1: Reflections""; ""1-Conflict Prevention and the European Union: A Potential Yet to Be Fully Realized""; ""2-The OSCE: Uniquely Qualified for a Conflict-Prevention Role""; ""3-History and Legacies of the USSR: The Demise of a Multiethnic Experiment""; ""4-Minority Issues in Southeastern Europe: A Future of Ethnically ""Pure"" States?""; ""5-NGOs Versus Political Parties: Combatting Xenophobia and Racism in Western Europe""
  • ""6-The FRESTA Approach: Stimulating Cross-Border Connections in Civil Society""""7-Calling for a Broad Approach to Conflict Resolution""; ""8-The State of the Art of Conflict Transformation""; ""9-Toward National Infrastructures for Peacebuilding""; ""10-Preventing Violent Intrastate Conflicts: Learning Lessons from Experience""; ""Part 2: Surveys of Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Activities""; ""11-Western Europe""; ""11.1 Northern Ireland: Painstakingly Slow and Small Steps to Bring About Change""; ""11.2 Spain and the Basque Conflict: Still Looking for a Way Out""
  • ""12-Eastern Mediterranean""""12.1 Cyprus: A Civil Society Caught Up in the Question of Recognition""; ""12.2 Turkey: At the Crossroads""; ""13-Southeastern Europe""; ""13.1 Regional Introduction: The Tragic Consequences of Nationalism in an Ethnically Heterogenous Region""; ""13.2 The Collapse of Titoâ€?s Yugoslavia""; ""13.3 Policy Recommendations: Have the Courage to Set Far-Reaching Goals""; ""13.4 Albania: From Anarchy to Kanum Politics and Society""; ""13.5 Bosnia and Herzegovina: Trying to Keep the Country Together""; ""13.6 Croatia: Struggling with Unresolved Postwar Issues""
  • ""13.7 Macedonia: Extreme Challenges for the ""Model"" of Multiculturalism""""13.8 Moldova: Peace Organizations Search for Lasting Settlement""; ""13.9 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: A State in Search of Its Future""; ""13.10 Kosovo: Civil Society Awaits a Chance for Reconciliation""; ""13.11 Montenegro: Splitting the Federationâ€?a Split in Society? ""; ""13.12 Serbia: A New Beginning Taking Shape""; ""14-Russian Federation""; ""14.1 Regional Introduction: Post-Soviet Russia Redefines Its Interests""; ""14.2 Chechnya: Drive for Independence or Hotbed for Islamic Terrorism?""
  • ""14.3 Dagestan: Sustaining a Fragile Peace""""14.4 North Ossetia/Ingushetia: A History of the Expulsion and Resettlement of People""; ""15-Southern Caucasus""; ""15.1 Regional Introduction: Struggling to Find Peace""; ""15.2 Georgia: Peace Remains Elusive in Ethnic Patchwork""; ""15.3 Nagorno Karabakh: A Straightforward Territorial Conflict""; ""16-Central Asia""; ""16.1 Regional Introduction: A Host of Prentable Conflicts""; ""16.2 Policy Recommendations: Some Strategies for Stability""; ""16.3 The Ferghana Valley: In the Midst of a Host of Crises""
Control code
ocm65181331
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 832 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781588261892
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)65181331
Label
Searching for peace in Europe and Eurasia : an overview of conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities, edited by Paul van Tongeren, Hans van de Veen, and Juliette Verhoeven
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Book Title""; ""Contents""; ""Foreword: Searching for Peace in Europe and Eurasia""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction""; ""Part 1: Reflections""; ""1-Conflict Prevention and the European Union: A Potential Yet to Be Fully Realized""; ""2-The OSCE: Uniquely Qualified for a Conflict-Prevention Role""; ""3-History and Legacies of the USSR: The Demise of a Multiethnic Experiment""; ""4-Minority Issues in Southeastern Europe: A Future of Ethnically ""Pure"" States?""; ""5-NGOs Versus Political Parties: Combatting Xenophobia and Racism in Western Europe""
  • ""6-The FRESTA Approach: Stimulating Cross-Border Connections in Civil Society""""7-Calling for a Broad Approach to Conflict Resolution""; ""8-The State of the Art of Conflict Transformation""; ""9-Toward National Infrastructures for Peacebuilding""; ""10-Preventing Violent Intrastate Conflicts: Learning Lessons from Experience""; ""Part 2: Surveys of Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Activities""; ""11-Western Europe""; ""11.1 Northern Ireland: Painstakingly Slow and Small Steps to Bring About Change""; ""11.2 Spain and the Basque Conflict: Still Looking for a Way Out""
  • ""12-Eastern Mediterranean""""12.1 Cyprus: A Civil Society Caught Up in the Question of Recognition""; ""12.2 Turkey: At the Crossroads""; ""13-Southeastern Europe""; ""13.1 Regional Introduction: The Tragic Consequences of Nationalism in an Ethnically Heterogenous Region""; ""13.2 The Collapse of Titoâ€?s Yugoslavia""; ""13.3 Policy Recommendations: Have the Courage to Set Far-Reaching Goals""; ""13.4 Albania: From Anarchy to Kanum Politics and Society""; ""13.5 Bosnia and Herzegovina: Trying to Keep the Country Together""; ""13.6 Croatia: Struggling with Unresolved Postwar Issues""
  • ""13.7 Macedonia: Extreme Challenges for the ""Model"" of Multiculturalism""""13.8 Moldova: Peace Organizations Search for Lasting Settlement""; ""13.9 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: A State in Search of Its Future""; ""13.10 Kosovo: Civil Society Awaits a Chance for Reconciliation""; ""13.11 Montenegro: Splitting the Federationâ€?a Split in Society? ""; ""13.12 Serbia: A New Beginning Taking Shape""; ""14-Russian Federation""; ""14.1 Regional Introduction: Post-Soviet Russia Redefines Its Interests""; ""14.2 Chechnya: Drive for Independence or Hotbed for Islamic Terrorism?""
  • ""14.3 Dagestan: Sustaining a Fragile Peace""""14.4 North Ossetia/Ingushetia: A History of the Expulsion and Resettlement of People""; ""15-Southern Caucasus""; ""15.1 Regional Introduction: Struggling to Find Peace""; ""15.2 Georgia: Peace Remains Elusive in Ethnic Patchwork""; ""15.3 Nagorno Karabakh: A Straightforward Territorial Conflict""; ""16-Central Asia""; ""16.1 Regional Introduction: A Host of Prentable Conflicts""; ""16.2 Policy Recommendations: Some Strategies for Stability""; ""16.3 The Ferghana Valley: In the Midst of a Host of Crises""
Control code
ocm65181331
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 832 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781588261892
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)65181331

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