Chapter 1 Prologue Chapter 2 Growing Up in a Time of Violence: Multiple Perspectives on Prevention Chapter 3 The Origins of World War II and the Holocaust: Powerful Stimuli for Prevention Chapter 4 Governments and Intergovernmental Organizations: Paralyzed Giants or Serious Players? Chapter 5 Institutions of Civil Society: Partners for Peace Chapter 6 Preventive Diplomacy: Early Help with Empathy and Problem Solving Chapter 7 Democracy and Prevention: The Essence of Nonviolent Conflict Resolution Chapter 8 Toward Competent, Decent, and Prosperous States: Updating Socioeconomic Development Chapter 9 International Cooperation for Prevention: Emerging from the Shadows Chapter 10 Preventing Catastrophic Terrorism: International Cooperation, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and Democratic Development Chapter 11 Prognosis for Prevention: Promising Developments in the First Two Years of the Twenty-First Century Chapter 13 Epilogue: A Landmark Report on Fulfillment of the UN's Potential for Prevention Chapter 14 Appendix I Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict Publications Chapter 15 Appendix II Additional Valuable Sources of Information and Concepts Pertinent to Preventing Deadly Conflict
No More Killing Fields: Preventing Deadly Conflict / Edition 128by David A. Hamburg M.D.
Pub. Date: 10/07/2003
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
David A. Hamburgdoctor, teacher, hostage negotiator, presidential advisor, and morehas seen a lot in his 77 years and has a message for the 21st century: An ounce of prevention is worth many pounds of cure when it comes to deadly international conflict. To explore how the model of preventive medicine may be practically applied to political violence,
David A. Hamburgdoctor, teacher, hostage negotiator, presidential advisor, and morehas seen a lot in his 77 years and has a message for the 21st century: An ounce of prevention is worth many pounds of cure when it comes to deadly international conflict. To explore how the model of preventive medicine may be practically applied to political violence, Hamburg created the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict. This book is the capstone of the Commission's extensive efforts and covers situations as widely ranging as World War II's Holocaust, recent terrorist attacks in the U.S., and the War in Iraq. As Hamburg details, the prevention of war is built on key pillars including democratic governance, economic development, and nonviolent problem solving in dangerous situations. International cooperation and strong leadership at every level are essential. Perhaps most important, a civil society that embraces differences rather than exploiting them is an evolving need. In No More Killing Fields, David A. Hamburg combines the best of long personal experience, multifaceted scholarship, and acute prognosis to point the way toward peace in the 21st century.
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