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Ho-Won Jeong and a cast of experts explore the ways in which the dynamics of post-conflict situations can be transformed to sustainable peace. Contributors focus on designs and models of peacebuilding, functions of peacekeeping, capacity building through negotiations, reconciliation, the role of gender in social reconstruction, and policy coordination among different components of peacebuilding. The analysis illustrates past and current experiences of peacebuilding and suggests conceptual and policy approaches that can overcome the weaknesses of existing strategies.
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CHARLES-PHILLIPPE DAVID Teleglobe-Raould Dandurand Chair of Strategic and Diplomatic Studies and Professor of Political Science, University of Quebec, Montreal DAVID LAST Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Royal Military College, Canada CHARLES LERCHE Associate Professor of Political Science, Vesalius College, Vrije University, Brussells SUSAN MCKAY Professor of Nursing, Women's and International Studies, University of Wyoming, USA BERTRAM I. SPECTOR Executive Director, Centre for Negotiation Analysis
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