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Regional Conflict Management
     

Regional Conflict Management

by Paul F. Diehl (Editor), Joseph Lepgold (Editor), Kanti Bajpai (Contribution by), Victor D. Cha (Contribution by), John S. Duffield (Contribution by)
 

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This collection of original essays examines the implications of regional conflict management in the new world order. An overview provides a framework for analyzing regional conflict management efforts and case studies address challenges in specific regional contexts. Diehl teaches political science at the University of Illinois; Lepgold taught government at Georgetown

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This collection of original essays examines the implications of regional conflict management in the new world order. An overview provides a framework for analyzing regional conflict management efforts and case studies address challenges in specific regional contexts. Diehl teaches political science at the University of Illinois; Lepgold taught government at Georgetown University. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Choice
Diehl and Lepgold have produced what will become one of the defining works in the area of conflict analysis and resolution. Their innovative approach to using case exemplars to illuminate the new realities of the post-Cold War environment enables the reader to gain an appreciation for the contextual discontinuities surrounding contemporary cases that require international and/or regional intervention. A must-read. Essential.
Chronicle of Higher Education
Combines essays on approaches to regional conflict management with cast studies on their application in different areas of the world.
Raju G. C. Thomas
Regional Conflict Management is an analytically sound and well-integrated synthesis of the new issues that have emerged in regional security. It provides an excellent combination of both theoretical background and empirical case studies covering Europe and the ex-Soviet republics, East and Southeast Asia, South Asia, Africa and Latin America. In each of the geographical case studies, the chapters explore incisively the global ramifications of regional conflicts, and alternative strategies of containment.
Roger E. Kanet
Until the terrorist attacks on the United States in September 2001 the most serious security problem facing the world was the outbreak of numerous regional conflicts in the decade following the end of the Cold War. Regional Conflict Management provides a 'state of the art' assessment of this important subfield of security studies. The editors provide a sophisticated, but very readable, overview of key aspects of the literature on regional conflict managment, supplemented by excellent empirical assessments of conflict management in six regions of the workd—Africa, East Asia, Latin America, South Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. The end result is an important book that contributes to the theoretical and empirical advancement of the field of regional security studies.
CHOICE
Diehl and Lepgold have produced what will become one of the defining works in the area of conflict analysis and resolution. Their innovative approach to using case exemplars to illuminate the new realities of the post-Cold War environment enables the reader to gain an appreciation for the contextual discontinuities surrounding contemporary cases that require international and/or regional intervention. A must-read. Essential.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Combines essays on approaches to regional conflict management with cast studies on their application in different areas of the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780742519015
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
01/15/2003
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
6.08(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Paul F. Diehl is professor of political science and University Distinguished Teacher/Scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Joseph Lepgold was, at the time of his death in December 2001, associate professor of government at Georgetown University.

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