The post-Cold War world allows space for less powerful states to develop influential roles in responding to specific international problems. Norway has focused on the persistent issue of violent ethno-political conflict. This book explains why Norway chose its peace policy and demonstrates what is has been able to achieve.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan US|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2014|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Author Ann Kelleher: Professor Emeritus at Pacific Lutheran University
Author Peter C. Grosvenor: Peter C. Grosvenor is Associate Professor at Pacific Lutheran University, USA.
Table of Contents1. Lesser States and Niche Diplomacy; James Larry Taulbee 2. The Peace Engagement of a Peace Culture: Observations on the National Identity Foundations of Norwegian Foreign Policy; Peter Grosvenor 3. A Norwegian Approach to Achieving Peace: Structure and Agency; Ann Kelleher 4. Parallel Peace Processes in Achieving Sudan's CPA; Ann Kelleher 5. Sri Lanka: A Bridge Too Far?; James Larry Taulbee 6.Successful Local Peacebuilding in Macedonia; Ann Kelleher and Kelly Ryan 7. Contributions and Challenges; James Larry Taulbee and Ann Kelleher