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A Post-Liberal Peace (Routledge Studies in Peace and by Oliver Richmond

By Oliver Richmond

This booklet examines how the liberal peace test of the post-Cold battle atmosphere has didn't hook up with its objective populations, that have in its place set approximately remodeling it based on their very own neighborhood requirements.

Liberal peacebuilding has prompted quite a number accidental results. those emerge from the liberal peace’s inner contradictions, from its declare to supply a common normative and epistemological foundation for peace, and to provide a expertise and technique that are utilized to accomplish it. whilst considered from quite a number contextual and native views, those top-down and far-off strategies frequently seem to characterize energy instead of humanitarianism or emancipation. but, the liberal peace additionally deals a civil peace and emancipation. those tensions allow a variety of hitherto little understood neighborhood and contextual peacebuilding businesses to emerge, which renegotiate either the neighborhood context and the liberal peace framework, resulting in a local-liberal hybrid type of peace. this would be referred to as a post-liberal peace. Such approaches are tested during this ebook in a number diversified situations of peacebuilding and statebuilding because the finish of the chilly battle.

This booklet can be of curiosity to scholars of peacebuilding, peacekeeping, peace and clash stories, overseas corporations and IR/Security Studies.

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