A collection of essays which explore the roots of human conflict and the search for possible solutions, the text expands on the foundations of peace research. Boasson's other titles include "In A Dutch Looking-Glass" and Van den Dungen has co-edited "Peace Movements and Political Cultures".
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 1991|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
Table of ContentsPart 1 Peace research: what can scholarly research in the field of international relations contribute to the maintenance of world peace? (1956); several approaches to the problem of peace (1960); peace research, conflict and justice and the State of Israel (1967); the place of international law in peace research (1968); the nature and possible philosophies of peace research (1970); international law, conflict resolution and peace research - a concise orientation (1975); Leonard Nelson's "Friedfertigkeit" - a key concept for peace research (1977); the province and function of peace research (1983); dangers on the roads of peace research (1985). Part 2 International law and international relations: tensions between peoples as a problem of international law (1953); past, future and Utopia in the theory of international relations (1967); the UNESCO tensions project, conflict residues and Peretz Bernstein's sociology of antisemitism (1973); legal tradition and international disorder (1980); social infrastructures and law (1980); "Self-determination" and violence (1981); approaches to the study of international relations (1972, 1982).