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Regional Peacemaking and Conflict Management

Regional Peacemaking and Conflict Management

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1. Introduction: Analytical Framework Part I: Theoretical Perspectives 2. Explaining the Warm Peace in Europe vs. the Partially Cold Peace in the Middle East, Benjamin Miller 3. Economic Statecraft and Commercial Liberalism as Tools for Regional Pacification: The US in Europe and the Middle East, Galia Press-Barnathan Part II: Europe 4. With a Little Help From our Institutions: French-German Security Relations after 1945, Andreas Hasenclever 5. Bringing Immigration into Security Communities Research: The impact of (Anti)Immigration Attitudes and Practices on Security Communities, Tal Dingott-Alkopher 6. The European Union and the Arab Awakening: What Grassroots Activists Can Learn from the Union's Relations with Israel, Neve Gordon and Sharon Pardo Part III: The Middle East 7. Why the Commercial Liberal Model of International Peace Failed in the Middle East, Ranan Kuperman 8. The Democratic Peace and National Legitimation, Uriel Abulof 9. Securitization, Deterrence and Extended Deterrence, Amir Lupovici 10. Enemies to Friends: The Wendtian Model and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Ariel Kabiri Part IV: Comparative Perspectives 11. Bringing Immigration into Security Communities Research: The impact of (Anti)Immigration Attitudes and Practices on Security Communities, Tal Dingott-Alkopher 12. Status Recognition and Regional Pacification, Nadav Kedem 13. The Helsinki Process and its Relevance in a Changing Middle-East: An Israeli Perspective, Ehud Eiran 14. The Political, Economic, and Social Consequences of Foreign Imposed Regime Change in Europe vs the Middle East: 1900-2000, Carmela Lutmar 15. From the Midwest to the Middle East: What North America's Transition to Peace can Teach us about Bringing Peace to the Middle East, Dov H. Levin
This volume examines mechanisms for regional pacification and conflict resolution in Europe and the Middle East. Scholars in international relations have noted in the past that while much effort has been in discovering the causes of war, little research has been devoted so far to uncovering the conditions for peace, and the factors that contribute to stabilizing the state of peace. In this book, the authors attempt to assess the factors that contribute to regional (rather than state-to-state) pacification. As part of the recent resurgence of scholarly interest in regions and regionalism , several studies have been devoted to the subject of regional peace and peacemaking but almost no study to date has made a systematic comparison of two regions that are particularly prominent and important for the subject of regional pacification: Europe and the Middle East. These two regions occupy opposite poles on the war-to-peace continuum. Europe is the paradigmatic 20th-century case of successful peacemaking that has exceeded all initial expectations.
In about half a century (since 1945) E urope has gone from being the world's most dangerous war zone to a zone of peace - with a level of peace that has not been equaled before or since. The European zone of peace has expanded since t h e end o f the Cold Wa r to include Eastern Europe, and it continues to f lourish despite the recent economic crisis. In contrast, the Middle East re m a i ns enmired in conflicts -both domestic and regional. The decades-long Arab-Israeli (and particularly Palestinian-Israeli) conflict remains one of the world's most intractable, and stubbornly resists all attempts at resolution. In addition, there is also a variety of other conflicts in the region, both inter-state are domestic in origin, that are unrelated to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict -- as was seen, for example, in the recent (and still unfolding) events of the "Arab Spring".
This work evaluates the research on regional pacification, the incentives that motivate states in establishing peaceful relations, and most importantly, how regions become peaceful, by identifying the causal mechanisms between various war outcomes and the prospects for establishing regional peace. It discusses the conditions under which various types of "peace" might emerge on a regional level - warm peace, cold peace, etc, and the factors most likely to determine the outcome. This work will be of much interest to students of regional security, peacemaking, conflict mangement, Middle East politics, European security and IR in general.

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Autor: Carmela Lutmar
ISBN-13: 9781138022133
ISBN: 1138022136
Einband: ,
Seiten: 0
Gewicht: 462 g
Format: 234x156x17 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Autor: Carmela Lutmar
Benjamin Miller is Professor of International Relations at the School of Political Sciences, the University of Haifa. Among his publications: When Opponents Cooperate: Great Power Conflict and Collaboration in World Politics (University of Michigan Press, 2nd ed., 2002) and States, Nations and Great Powers: The Sources of Regional War and Peace (Cambridge University Press). Carmela Lutmar is a lecturer in the Division of International Relations at the School of Political Sciences, University of Haifa, and has a PhD from New York University.

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Autor: Carmela Lutmar
ISBN-13:: 9781138022133
ISBN: 1138022136
Erscheinungsjahr: 17.11.2015
Verlag: Taylor & Francis
Gewicht: 462g
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 234x156x17 mm