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Emergent Conflict and Peaceful Change
 
 
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'Emergent Conflict and Peaceful Change comes at a critical time in peace and conflict studies. Recent decades have offered up unprecedented numbers of peace agreements, yet we still face profound questions about how to fully understand the sustainability of constructive change toward a more lasting just peace. Miall's writing explores the evolution of our progress and shortcomings in concise detail and offers practical ways forward. This book stands as an important landmark and should be on the shelves of peace scholars, practitioners and policy makers.' - John Paul Lederach, Kroc Institute, University of Notre Dame, USA


Reviews

'Emergent Conflict and Peaceful Change comes at a critical time in peace and conflict studies. Recent decades have offered up unprecedented numbers of peace agreements, yet we still face profound questions about how to fully understand the sustainability of constructive change toward a more lasting just peace. Miall's writing explores the evolution of our progress and shortcomings in concise detail and offers practical ways forward. This book stands as an important landmark and should be on the shelves of peace scholars, practitioners and policy makers.' - John Paul Lederach, Kroc Institute, University of Notre Dame, USA


Contents

Introduction
A Theory of Emergent Conflict
Co-operation and Conflict Transformation
Conflict and Context
Preventors of War
Land Reforms and Peaceful Change
Emergent Conflict over Climate Change
Conclusions: Peaceful Change and Political Community


Authors

HUGH MIALL is Professor of International Relations and Director of the Conflict Analysis Research Centre at the University of Kent, UK.







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