Rethinking Peace / Edition 1

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  • ISBN-13: 9781555874889
  • Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/1/1994
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Introduction: Thinking About Peace 1
2 Real Men, Wimps, and National Security 17
3 Fantasies of Power 26
4 The Dictator's Furnace 35
5 War, Propaganda, and Civilized Values 42
6 Columbus and the Crusades 49
7 War as a Social Problem 62
8 The Seville Statement on Violence 65
9 Sociological Statement on War and Violence 69
10 The Gulf War and the New World Order 72
11 Hardware Is Not the Problem 80
12 The New Nationalism in Europe 87
13 Ethnicity's Threat to Peace 98
14 Who Are the Enemies? 104
15 On the Status of Southern Women 111
16 The Dilemmas of Flight 117
17 Crime Wars Forgotten 123
18 Glasnost and the End of the Cold War 134
19 After the Euphoria 139
20 Conflict Mitigation in Former Yugoslavia 144
21 Confidence Building in Asia-Pacific 157
22 A Middle Eastern Peace Strategy 166
23 Peace Studies and the American Ethos 178
24 Writing as an Act of Hope 184
25 National Security News 194
26 Preparing Children for Peace 200
27 Listen to Women, for a Change 205
28 Safe as Houses? 210
29 African Americans and World Peace 217
30 Civil Society in Transition 226
31 The Right to Peace After the Cold War 234
32 Development with a Human Face 246
33 What Do We Do Now? 254
34 Aggression Reduction Strategies 262
35 Civil Deterrence 269
36 A Grassroots Approach to Life in Peace 282
37 The European Citizens' Assembly 290
38 Reimagining Future Society 297
39 Municipal Diplomacy 305
40 Frame or Be Framed 312
41 Ending the Scourge of War 318
42 The Bomb, the Movement, and the Future 328
43 Democracy in African Insurgent Movements 335
44 Challenging the Japanese Peace Movement 344
45 Directions for the U.S. Peace Movement 350
Contributors 357
Index 363
About the Book 380
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