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Drawing on many of the wars and peaces of recent decades, this book offers a persuasive new perspective on postwar justice. In her analysis wars of succession, wars for territory, and the political institutions that precede and follow wars, Fixdal explores the outer limits of the idea that it is worth paying almost any price for peace.
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Mona Fixdal is a researcher in the Department of History, University of Oslo, Norway.Review:
"....one of the most accurate and theoretically ground-breaking books on just war theory in recent years, this study advances a new perspective in the research on conflict in general... " Vladimir Rauta, Political Studies Review, 2014 12(2)
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