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作者 Campbell, Susanna
書名 A Liberal Peace? : The Problems and Practices of Peacebuilding
出版項 London : Zed Books, 2011
國際標準書號 9781780320045 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (282 pages)
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附註 Intro -- About the Editors -- About the Contributors -- Introduction: The Politics of Liberal Peace -- Chapter Breakdown -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- PART I Introducing the Debate -- 1 The Liberal Peace? An Intellectual History of International Conflict Management, 1990-2010 -- UN Peacebuilding, the Early Years: From Social Justice to State Collapse -- Managing Global Chaos? The Emergence of a Field -- Institutionalisation: The Turn to Governance, Responsibility and Transitional Administration -- Turbulent Peace? Reconciliation and Healing in the Wake of Conflict -- Questioning the Liberal Peace: Ideology, Hegemony and (Dys)functions -- Leashing the Dogs of War! 9/11 and Statebuilding Reloaded -- The 'Liberal Peace' Debate as Meta-critique -- Conclusion: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 2 Critiques of Liberal Peace -- Introduction -- The Pendulum Swing: From Exuberance to Denigration -- Critiquing the Critiques -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- PART II Not Such a 'Liberal' Peace? Rethinking Intervention -- 3 The Effects of Peacebuilding: Sovereignty, Patronage and Power -- Introduction -- Omnipotent External Actors? -- Sovereignty, Patronage and Power -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 4 The Liberal Peace: A Tough Sell? -- Introduction -- Table 4.1 Major multinational peacebuilding missions after 1989 and post-war democratic transitions -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 5 Routine Learning? How Peacebuilding Organisations Prevent Liberal Peace -- Introduction -- Constructive Critiques and the Importance of Organisational Adaptation and Learning -- The Complexity of Adaptation and Learning -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 6 Promoting Women's Rights in Afghanistan: The Ambiguous Footprint of the West -- Introduction -- Background -- The Ambiguous Western Footprint -- Empowering Anti-liberal Forces
Accountability to 'Home' Audiences vs. Afghan Activists -- Polarisation of the Political Climate -- The Impact of the Aid System: NGOisation and Fragmentation of Lawmaking -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 7 Neither Liberal nor Peaceful? Practices of 'Global Justice' by the ICC -- Introduction -- The Domestic Analogy and the ICC -- The Inapplicability of the Domestic Analogy -- The ICC in Practice: The Uganda Case -- What the ICC Does Not Do -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 8 Civil Society beyond the Liberal Peace and its Critique -- Introduction -- Liberal Peace and Civil Society -- Civil Society as Seen by the Critics of the Liberal Peace -- Table 8.1 Comparing civil society functions in statebuilding and peacebuilding -- Conclusions: Civil Society beyond the Liberal Peace and its Critics -- Notes -- Bibliography -- PART III Rethinking the Critique: What Next? -- 9 Alternatives to Liberal Peace? -- Introduction -- Liberals in Disguise? -- Is There an Alternative to Liberal Peacebuilding? -- Conclusion: Saving Liberal Peacebuilding -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 10 The Uncritical Critique of 'Liberal Peace' -- Introduction -- The 'Power-based' Critique -- The 'Ideas-based' Critique -- A 'Critical' Consensus? -- International Statebuilding and the Critique of Liberalism -- Too Liberal? -- Beyond the Critique of the Liberal Peace? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 11 A Reality Check for the Critique of the Liberal Peace -- Introduction -- Critiques of the Liberal Peace and their Limitations -- Liberal Peacebuilding or State Transformation? -- Intervention and the Consolidation of Authoritarian Rule in Cambodia -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 12 Hybrid Peace: How Does Hybrid Peace Come About? -- Introduction -- Hybridity -- Hybridisation -- Hybridisation in Action -- Concluding Discussion -- Bibliography
13 Resistance and the Post-Liberal Peace -- Introduction -- Sites of Knowledge for Peace -- The Implications of the Everyday -- Resistance and Post-liberal Peace -- Conclusion: The Infrapolitics of Peacebuilding -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 14 Situated Critiques of Intervention: Mozambique and the Diverse Politics of Response -- Introduction -- Critiques of the (Neo)liberal Peace -- Situated Revolt: Intellectual Inversion, Immanent Critique and Creativity in Anti-colonial Protest -- Exploring the Case of Mozambique and the 'Liberal Peace' -- Situating Critiques in Mozambique -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
A Liberal Peace? is a timely and much-needed critical volume that takes a fresh look at the often-polarised debate over the 'liberal peace' approach to international intervention. Written by some of the most prominent scholars in the field alongside several new scholars making cutting-edge contributions, this is an essential addition to a rapidly growing interdisciplinary area of study
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Campbell, Susanna A Liberal Peace? : The Problems and Practices of Peacebuilding London : Zed Books,c2011 9781780320021
主題 Peace-building.;Conflict management.;Liberalism
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Alt Author Chandler, Professor David
Sabaratnam, Meera
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