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245 00 Post-conflict power-sharing agreements |boptions for Syria
       /|cedited by Imad Salamey, Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Elie 
       Abouaoun 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Palgrave Macmillan,|c2018 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 191 pages) :|bdigital ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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505 0  1. Introduction: Comparative Post-Conflict Power Sharing 
       Models for Syria -- 2. Resolving Identity Conflict in the 
       Middle East: A Theoretical Understanding -- 3. Bridging 
       Elite and Grassroots Initiatives: The Road to Sustainable 
       Peace in Syria -- 4. Peace-Building in Syria Through Power
       -Sharing: A Study of Possibilities -- 5. Women Leading 
       Reconciliation: A Paradigm Shift in Conflict Resolutions -
       - 6. Pathways to Reconciliation in Divided Societies: 
       Islamist Groups in Lebanon and Mali -- 7. Could the 
       Partition be the Way to End the Syrian War? -- 8. Ways 
       forward in Syria 
520    The book surveys comparative power sharing models 
       implemented in societies that have faced identity-
       conflicts, with attention given to post-conflict design. 
       It analyzes the success and pitfalls of international 
       experiences before proposing a model for Syria. 
       Contributors address the central question: which among the
       set of power-sharing agreements that have helped settle 
       protracted identity-driven armed conflict can provide 
       Syria with a platform for dialogue, negotiation, and 
       conflict mitigation? The comparative analysis advanced in 
       this book extracts lessons from countries such as Bosnia-
       Herzegovina, India, Iraq, Lebanon, Mali, Northern Ireland,
       the Philippines and Sudan. The prospect of a post-conflict
       distribution of power in Syria is then unraveled from 
       different sectarian, ethnic and regional perspectives. The
       authors also address challenges of peacebuilding such as 
       violent extremism, gender participation, resettlements, 
       retributions, transitional justice, integration of armed 
       groups and regional and international sponsorship 
650  0 Nation-building 
650 14 Political Science and International Relations 
650 24 Middle Eastern Politics 
650 24 Peace Studies 
650 24 Conflict Studies 
650 24 International Security Studies 
650 24 Governance and Government 
650 24 Regional Development 
651  0 Syria|xPolitics and government|y2000- 
700 1  Salamey, Imad,|eeditor 
700 1  Abu-Nimer, Mohammed,|eeditor 
700 1  Abouaoun, Elie,|eeditor 
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