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Human Rights, Politics and Corruption in Indonesia : A Critical Reflection on the Post Soeharto Era Human Rights, Politics and Corruption in Indonesia : A Critical Reflection on the Post Soeharto Era PDF By author Nadirsyah Hosen last download was at 2018-03-08 29:37:53. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Human Rights, Politics and Corruption in Indonesia : A Critical Reflection on the Post Soeharto Era book. The resignation of President Soeharto in 1998 opened a new era in Indonesia. The time to reform the Indonesian political system, to protect human rights and press freedom, and to eliminate systematic and systemic corruption, had arrived. This book traces the process of major law reforms which took place in Indonesia during the Habibie era, from May 1998 to October 1999, arguably as a critical period in the history of Indonesia's moves toward becoming a democratic country. The book also provides a final chapter on 12 years of Indonesian transition and examines the new structure of Indonesian state after the Amendments to the 1945 Constitution in 2002-2004, and the issue of national security and the rule of law after 9/11 and Bali bombing in 2002. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgement Part I: Foundation Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Explaining Law Reform Chapter 3: Indonesia: From Crisis to Law Reform Part II: Case Studies Chapter 4: Political Laws Chapter 5: Human Rights and Press Freedom Chapter 6: Anti-Corruption Legislation Part III: Conclusion and Reflection Chapter 7: Conclusion Chapter 8: Reflections: 12 Years after Soeharto Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Dr Nadirsyah Hosen is Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Wollongong (NSW, Australia) where he teaches Foundations of Law, Constitutional Law, Islamic law and Contemporary Issues in Southeast Asian law. Nadir has a Bachelors degree (UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta), a Graduate Diploma in Islamic Studies, and Master of Arts with Honours (University of New England), as well as a Master of Laws in Comparative Law (Northern Territory University). He completed his first PhD (Law) at the University of Wollongong and a second PhD (Islamic Law) at the National University of Singapore. He then worked for two years as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at TC. Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland, where he conducted research and taught 'comparative anti-terrorism law and policy' for LLM program. He is the author of Shari'a and Constitutional Reform in Indonesia (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2007), a co-editor (with Joseph Liow) of Islam in Southeast Asia, 4 volumes, (Routledge, London, 2009), and a co-editor (with Richard Mohr) of Law and Religion in Public Life: The Contemporary Debate (Routledge, London, forthcoming).

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Human Rights, Politics and Corruption in Indonesia : A Critical Reflection on the Post Soeharto Era Human Rights, Politics and Corruption in Indonesia : A Critical Reflection on the Post Soeharto Era PDF By author Nadirsyah Hosen last download was at 2018-04-14 39:59:16. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Human Rights, Politics and Corruption in Indonesia : A Critical Reflection on the Post Soeharto Era book. The resignation of President Soeharto in 1998 opened a new era in Indonesia. The time to reform the Indonesian political system, to protect human rights and press freedom, and to eliminate systematic and systemic corruption, had arrived. This book traces the process of major law reforms which took place in Indonesia during the Habibie era, from May 1998 to October 1999, arguably as a critical period in the history of Indonesia's moves toward becoming a democratic country. The book also provides a final chapter on 12 years of Indonesian transition and examines the new structure of Indonesian state after the Amendments to the 1945 Constitution in 2002-2004, and the issue of national security and the rule of law after 9/11 and Bali bombing in 2002. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgement Part I: Foundation Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Explaining Law Reform Chapter 3: Indonesia: From Crisis to Law Reform Part II: Case Studies Chapter 4: Political Laws Chapter 5: Human Rights and Press Freedom Chapter 6: Anti-Corruption Legislation Part III: Conclusion and Reflection Chapter 7: Conclusion Chapter 8: Reflections: 12 Years after Soeharto Bibliography About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Dr Nadirsyah Hosen is Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Wollongong (NSW, Australia) where he teaches Foundations of Law, Constitutional Law, Islamic law and Contemporary Issues in Southeast Asian law. Nadir has a Bachelors degree (UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta), a Graduate Diploma in Islamic Studies, and Master of Arts with Honours (University of New England), as well as a Master of Laws in Comparative Law (Northern Territory University). He completed his first PhD (Law) at the University of Wollongong and a second PhD (Islamic Law) at the National University of Singapore. He then worked for two years as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at TC. Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland, where he conducted research and taught 'comparative anti-terrorism law and policy' for LLM program. He is the author of Shari'a and Constitutional Reform in Indonesia (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2007), a co-editor (with Joseph Liow) of Islam in Southeast Asia, 4 volumes, (Routledge, London, 2009), and a co-editor (with Richard Mohr) of Law and Religion in Public Life: The Contemporary Debate (Routledge, London, forthcoming).

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The Czech and Slovenian Eu Presidencies in a Comparative Perspective The Czech and Slovenian Eu Presidencies in a Comparative Perspective PDF By author Zlatko Sabic last download was at 2017-08-03 15:01:30. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The Czech and Slovenian Eu Presidencies in a Comparative Perspective book. Slovenia and Czech Republic are the first post-communist states that took over the six month rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2008 and 2009 respectively. Analysing these two presidencies the book offers one of the first comparative analyses of the EU experience of new, post-communist EU members and the first analysis of their EU presidency experience. It develops a new typology of EU presidency and uses a comprehensive set of analytical tools which are applied to the investigation of case studies dealing with the key issues of each presidency such as administrative co-ordination, economic policy, energy policy, EU enlargement, and justice and home affairs co-operation. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Comparing the EU presidencies: a pragmatic perspective - Petr Drulák 1 Institutional and political background 2. The Czech Republic as an EU-member: four dimensions of Europeanization - Mats Braun 3. Slovenia as an EU-member: a Euroenthusiastic society and political elite - Ladislav Cabada and Sárka Waisová 4. From making troubles to compliance: the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and the Czech EU Presidency - Sárka Matějková 5. Public support taken for granted: the Slovenian EU Presidency, the democratic deficit, and the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty - Zlatko Sabič 6. The executive co-ordination of the Czech EU Presidency: unexpectedly effective - Jan Karlas 7. The executive co-ordination of the Slovenian EU Presidency: an honest broker - Damjan Lajh Political priorities 8. Achieving unachievable goals? Impartiality, effectiveness, crisis and economic priorities of the Czech EU Presidency - Stěpánka Zemanová and Josef Abrhám 9. Slovenia and the Lisbon Strategy: a road to a knowledge economy? - Maja Bučar and Bostjan Udovič 10. Europeanists in spite of themselves: energy as an Atlanticist priority of the Czech EU Presidency - Vít Střítecký 11. An industrious but cautious pupil: Slovenia's capacity to lead in the midst of changing European Energy Policy - Tina Fistravec 12. A cherished child left out in the cold: the Czech Republic and her enlargement priority - Vít Benes 13. The Slovenian EU Presidency and enlargement: the Western Balkans Agenda - Zlatko Sabič, Mojca Mehikic and Petra Roter 14. The Czech EU Presidency in justice and home affairs: an honest broker - Radka Druláková 15. The Slovenian EU Presidency in justice and home affairs: a view from an insider - David Brozina 16. Conclusions: Czech trouble-makers and Slovenian role models - Petr Drulák and Zlatko Sabič Books and articles Documents, speeches and interviews Index

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The Czech and Slovenian Eu Presidencies in a Comparative Perspective The Czech and Slovenian Eu Presidencies in a Comparative Perspective PDF By author Petr Drulák last download was at 2018-06-21 14:23:38. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The Czech and Slovenian Eu Presidencies in a Comparative Perspective book. Slovenia and Czech Republic are the first post-communist states that took over the six month rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2008 and 2009 respectively. Analysing these two presidencies the book offers one of the first comparative analyses of the EU experience of new, post-communist EU members and the first analysis of their EU presidency experience. It develops a new typology of EU presidency and uses a comprehensive set of analytical tools which are applied to the investigation of case studies dealing with the key issues of each presidency such as administrative co-ordination, economic policy, energy policy, EU enlargement, and justice and home affairs co-operation. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Comparing the EU presidencies: a pragmatic perspective - Petr Drulák 1 Institutional and political background 2. The Czech Republic as an EU-member: four dimensions of Europeanization - Mats Braun 3. Slovenia as an EU-member: a Euroenthusiastic society and political elite - Ladislav Cabada and Sárka Waisová 4. From making troubles to compliance: the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and the Czech EU Presidency - Sárka Matějková 5. Public support taken for granted: the Slovenian EU Presidency, the democratic deficit, and the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty - Zlatko Sabič 6. The executive co-ordination of the Czech EU Presidency: unexpectedly effective - Jan Karlas 7. The executive co-ordination of the Slovenian EU Presidency: an honest broker - Damjan Lajh Political priorities 8. Achieving unachievable goals? Impartiality, effectiveness, crisis and economic priorities of the Czech EU Presidency - Stěpánka Zemanová and Josef Abrhám 9. Slovenia and the Lisbon Strategy: a road to a knowledge economy? - Maja Bučar and Bostjan Udovič 10. Europeanists in spite of themselves: energy as an Atlanticist priority of the Czech EU Presidency - Vít Střítecký 11. An industrious but cautious pupil: Slovenia's capacity to lead in the midst of changing European Energy Policy - Tina Fistravec 12. A cherished child left out in the cold: the Czech Republic and her enlargement priority - Vít Benes 13. The Slovenian EU Presidency and enlargement: the Western Balkans Agenda - Zlatko Sabič, Mojca Mehikic and Petra Roter 14. The Czech EU Presidency in justice and home affairs: an honest broker - Radka Druláková 15. The Slovenian EU Presidency in justice and home affairs: a view from an insider - David Brozina 16. Conclusions: Czech trouble-makers and Slovenian role models - Petr Drulák and Zlatko Sabič Books and articles Documents, speeches and interviews Index

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Environmental Governance : Regime Displacement in Space, Time, and Across Issue Areas Environmental Governance : Regime Displacement in Space, Time, and Across Issue Areas PDF By author Sevasti-Eleni Vezirgiannidou last download was at 2018-05-19 29:49:38. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Environmental Governance : Regime Displacement in Space, Time, and Across Issue Areas book. Studies in International Institutional Dynamics, 4 (International Studies Library, 28) Recent literature has started to pay attention to the interactions of international regimes, particularly in the realm of the environment. This volume builds on this literature in a very important way, by assessing the various and long term environmental implications that arise from interntaional regimes of cooperation and their interactions, while also addressing the possibilities for correcting unintended negative effects through international negotiations. The focus on solutions and the implications of the current governance structures for environmental protection make this book particularly useful to recent debates about environmental governance. The theory is innovative and it is well complimented by sophisticated empirical work. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: A Theory of Environmental Displacement Chapter Three: The Common Fisheries Policy and Development Countries: Displacement in Space Chapter Four: The Trade Regime and Multilateral Environmental Agreements: Displacement across Issue Areas Chapter five: The Ozone and Climate Change Regimes and their Interactions: Displacement across Issue Areas Chapter Six: The Climate Change Regime and Future Generations: Displacement in Time Chapter Seven: Comparing the Three Cases: Identifying Trends Chapter Eight: Regime Displacement and Environmental Governance Reform Chapter Nine: Conclusions Bibliography Annex: EU Fisheries Agreements Table ABOUT THE AUTHOR Sevasti-Eleni Vezirgiannidou, PhD (2007) in International Relations, Universiy of Essex, is Lecturer in International Organisations at Birmingham University. She has published several articles and book chapters on climate change politics and negotiations.

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Environmental Governance : Regime Displacement in Space, Time, and Across Issue Areas Environmental Governance : Regime Displacement in Space, Time, and Across Issue Areas PDF By author Sevasti-Eleni Vezirgiannidou last download was at 2018-04-06 20:33:37. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Environmental Governance : Regime Displacement in Space, Time, and Across Issue Areas book. Studies in International Institutional Dynamics, 4 (International Studies Library, 28) Recent literature has started to pay attention to the interactions of international regimes, particularly in the realm of the environment. This volume builds on this literature in a very important way, by assessing the various and long term environmental implications that arise from international regimes of cooperation and their interactions, while also addressing the possibilities for correcting unintended negative effects through international negotiations. The focus on solutions and the implications of the current governance structures for environmental protection make this book particularly useful to recent debates about environmental governance. The theory is innovative and it is well complimented by sophisticated empirical work. Table of Contents Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: A Theory of Environmental Displacement Chapter Three: The Common Fisheries Policy and Development Countries: Displacement in Space Chapter Four: The Trade Regime and Multilateral Environmental Agreements: Displacement across Issue Areas Chapter Five: The Ozone and Climate Change Regimes and their Interactions: Displacement across Issue Areas Chapter Six: The Climate Change Regime and Future Generations: Displacement in Time Chapter Seven: Comparing the Three Cases: Identifying Trends Chapter Eight: Regime Displacement and Environmental Governance Reform Chapter Nine: Conclusions Bibliography Annex: EU Fisheries Agreements Table About the Author Sevasti-Eleni Vezirgiannidou, PhD (2007) in International Relations, Universiy of Essex, is Lecturer in International Organisations at Birmingham University. She has published several articles and book chapters on climate change politics and negotiations.

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International Negotiation : Foundations, Models, and Philosophies. Christopher DuPont International Negotiation : Foundations, Models, and Philosophies. Christopher DuPont PDF By author Dr Daniel Druckman last download was at 2017-12-20 07:34:13. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online International Negotiation : Foundations, Models, and Philosophies. Christopher DuPont book. CHRISTOPHE DUPONT (1922-2010), after a career in international negotiations as an economist at the International Monetary Fund and then the European Investment Bank, was active in the conflict and negotiation field as a professor, consultant and researcher. He contributed to the establishment of negotiation research in France and beyond, writing extensively on negotiation, and inspiring a generation of conflict management scholars in the francophone world. A practitioner turned scholar, Dupont successfully bridged theory and practice, and can be considered as one of the thought leaders of our field. Many of his contributions are presented in this volume along with chapters from several well-known colleagues influenced by his work. This book inaugurates a new mini-series titled Careers in Negotiation and Conflict Management Research. It aims to honor outstanding scholars who have opened original paths in uncharted areas, as well as to shed new light on their legacy thanks to the contributions of colleagues. "This is a remarkable initiative concerning a prominent figure in negotiation research, Christophe Dupont. I was privileged to be a close colleague for more than three decades. His exceptional work on synthesis, classification, and framework development helped our academic community to organize the considerable amount of research published during the past few decades. An economist who ventured well beyond that discipline, his broad vision brought him into contact with scholars from sociology, psychology, and political science. These collaborations contributed in important ways to our understanding of the complex world that must be navigated by negotiators. This book, dedicated to his contributions to negotiation scholarship, is an excellent start for a ground-breaking series on thought leaders." ― Professor Guy-Olivier Faure, Sorbonne University & China Europe International Business School ― Contents I: DUPONT, THE QUINTESSENTIAL PRACTITIONER TURNED SCHOLAR Ch. 1 Cooperating to agree or confronting to defeat? Ch. 2 Christophe Dupont's legacy in the field of negotiation - A. Colson Ch. 3 Encounters with Christophe Dupont - P. Audebert-Lasrochas& H. Touzard II: SELECTED WRITINGS BY DUPONT Ch. 4 Negotiation as coalition building - C. Dupont Ch. 5 The negotiation process - C. Dupont & Guy-Olivier Faure Ch. 6 The Congress of Vienna negotiations - C. Dupont & P. Audebert-Lasrochas Ch. 7 Frameworks and methods - C. Dupont Ch. 8 Perspectives: Negotiation theory and practice - C. Dupont III: BUILDING ON DUPONT'S WORKS Ch. 9 Frameworks, cases and risk: Dupont's legacy - D. Druckman Ch. 10 Negotiation: post-modern or eternal? - I. William Zartman Ch. 11 Diplomatic negotiation, evolution, and effectiveness - P. Meerts Ch. 12 Chiaroscuro in negotiations - A. Colson Ch. 13 Tipping points in the dynamics of peace and war - S. Kaufman & M. Kaufman Christophe Dupont's professional experience and academic publications Index About the Editors AURÉLIEN COLSON is Associate Professor of Political Science at ESSEC Business School, and Director of the Institute for Research and Education on Negotiation (IRENE Paris & Singapore). DANIEL DRUCKMAN is Professor of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University and an Eminent Scholar at Macquarie University in Sydney. He received the 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award from IACM and was a recent president of the Association. WILLIAM DONOHUE is Distinguished Professor of Communication at Michigan State University and has been President of the International Association for Conflict Management (IACM).

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International Negotiation : Foundations, Models, and Philosophies. Christophe DuPont International Negotiation : Foundations, Models, and Philosophies. Christophe DuPont PDF By author Dr Daniel Druckman last download was at 2017-11-27 42:59:26. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online International Negotiation : Foundations, Models, and Philosophies. Christophe DuPont book. CHRISTOPHE DUPONT (1922-2010), after a career in international negotiations as an economist at the International Monetary Fund and then the European Investment Bank, was active in the conflict and negotiation field as a professor, consultant and researcher. He contributed to the establishment of negotiation research in France and beyond, writing extensively on negotiation, and inspiring a generation of conflict management scholars in the francophone world. A practitioner turned scholar, Dupont successfully bridged theory and practice, and can be considered as one of the thought leaders of our field. Many of his contributions are presented in this volume along with chapters from several well-known colleagues influenced by his work. This book inaugurates a new mini-series titled Careers in Negotiation and Conflict Management Research. It aims to honor outstanding scholars who have opened original paths in uncharted areas, as well as to shed new light on their legacy thanks to the contributions of colleagues. "This is a remarkable initiative concerning a prominent figure in negotiation research, Christophe Dupont. I was privileged to be a close colleague for more than three decades. His exceptional work on synthesis, classification, and framework development helped our academic community to organize the considerable amount of research published during the past few decades. An economist who ventured well beyond that discipline, his broad vision brought him into contact with scholars from sociology, psychology, and political science. These collaborations contributed in important ways to our understanding of the complex world that must be navigated by negotiators. This book, dedicated to his contributions to negotiation scholarship, is an excellent start for a ground-breaking series on thought leaders." ― Professor Guy-Olivier Faure, Sorbonne University & China Europe International Business School ― Contents I: DUPONT, THE QUINTESSENTIAL PRACTITIONER TURNED SCHOLAR Ch. 1 Cooperating to agree or confronting to defeat? Ch. 2 Christophe Dupont's legacy in the field of negotiation - A. Colson Ch. 3 Encounters with Christophe Dupont - P. Audebert-Lasrochas& H. Touzard II: SELECTED WRITINGS BY DUPONT Ch. 4 Negotiation as coalition building - C. Dupont Ch. 5 The negotiation process - C. Dupont & Guy-Olivier Faure Ch. 6 The Congress of Vienna negotiations - C. Dupont & P. Audebert-Lasrochas Ch. 7 Frameworks and methods - C. Dupont Ch. 8 Perspectives: Negotiation theory and practice - C. Dupont III: BUILDING ON DUPONT'S WORKS Ch. 9 Frameworks, cases and risk: Dupont's legacy - D. Druckman Ch. 10 Negotiation: post-modern or eternal? - I. William Zartman Ch. 11 Diplomatic negotiation, evolution, and effectiveness - P. Meerts Ch. 12 Chiaroscuro in negotiations - A. Colson Ch. 13 Tipping points in the dynamics of peace and war - S. Kaufman & M. Kaufman Christophe Dupont's professional experience and academic publications Index About the Editors AURÉLIEN COLSON is Associate Professor of Political Science at ESSEC Business School, and Director of the Institute for Research and Education on Negotiation (IRENE Paris & Singapore). DANIEL DRUCKMAN is Professor of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University and an Eminent Scholar at Macquarie University in Sydney. He received the 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award from IACM and was a recent president of the Association. WILLIAM DONOHUE is Distinguished Professor of Communication at Michigan State University and has been President of the International Association for Conflict Management (IACM).

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Curing the Sick Man : Sir Henry Bulwer and the Ottoman Empire, 1858-1865 Curing the Sick Man : Sir Henry Bulwer and the Ottoman Empire, 1858-1865 PDF By author Laurence Guymer last download was at 2018-05-30 05:59:46. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Curing the Sick Man : Sir Henry Bulwer and the Ottoman Empire, 1858-1865 book. Most of the previous scholarship on Britain and the 'Eastern Question' ignores the crucial period between the end of the Crimean War in 1856 and the Bulgarian atrocities of 1876. This book, which focuses on the period 1858 to 1865, is, therefore, a significant addition to the literature. It develops important debates about the politics and mechanics of British diplomacy, and rescues from obscurity one of the most interesting figures from the diplomatic scene - Sir Henry Bulwer. It knits together an assessment of his personal impact on London's policy towards the Ottoman Empire with an explanation of the broader currents of foreign policy. Through Bulwer's embassy, it is also possible to examine debates about the existence of distinct Liberal and Conservative foreign policies, and to refine our understanding of the domestic party political dimension of foreign policy debates, with important implications for the working out in the recent historiography of a non-Palmerstonian line. This book uses the embassy of Sir Henry Bulwer at Constantinople as a prism through which to examine British policy towards the 'Eastern Question' in the mid-nineteenth century. It is concerned with the 'politics of foreign policy' and the role of the diplomat in the decision-making process. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Glossary Dramatis Personae Forward Introduction Chapter 1: Turning away from that den of low intrigue: The Conservative approach to the 'Eastern Question'. Chapter 2: Accepting anything less dangerous than a revolution: The Ottoman Empire and the Austro-French war of 1859. Chapter 3: Leaving behind Malmesbury's 'milk and water'?: The Liberal approach to the 'Eastern Question'. Chapter 4: Envying the flowery couch of Naples: Bulwer and the Constantinople embassy. Chapter 5: Evidently bent upon doing mischief: The Russian challenge of 1860. Chapter 6: Going hand over head: Britain, France and the Syrian massacres of 1860. Chapter 7: Thriving under all the complications?: Scandal, division and disappointment, 1860-61. Chapter 8: Evacuation by great persistence: Getting the French out of Ottoman territory. Chapter 9: United and determined action?: Britain, Russia and the Balkans, 1861. Chapter 10: Returning Turkey to its proper position?: The accession of Sultan Abdulaziz. Chapter 11: Showing skill, promptitude, judgement and conciliation: Bulwer and the bombardment of Belgrade, 1862. Chapter 12: A nation in favour of the Mahammedan barbarism?: The anti-Ottoman Parliamentary and press attack of 1863. Chapter 13: Hard battles to fight: The Romanian and Egyptian Questions, 1863-64. Chapter 14: Undoing everything de Redcliffe had done?: The Porte's attack on the Protestant missionaries, 1864. Chapter 15: Letting the rest of the world go to pieces: The beginning of the end of 'Palmerstonian Orientalism'. Conclusion Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Laurence Guymer, Ph.D. (2010) in History, University of East Anglia, is a Junior Fellow at Winchester College and Research Associate at the University of East Anglia. He is interested primarily in British foreign policy in the nineteenth century. His most recent publication is A Question Presenting a Host of Difficulties: Sir Henry Bulwer, Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe and the Danubian Principalities, 1856-58 (History, 2011).

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Curing the Sick Man : Sir Henry Bulwer and the Ottoman Empire, 1858-1865 Curing the Sick Man : Sir Henry Bulwer and the Ottoman Empire, 1858-1865 PDF By author Laurence Guymer last download was at 2018-03-22 27:10:38. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Curing the Sick Man : Sir Henry Bulwer and the Ottoman Empire, 1858-1865 book.
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Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations PDF By author Norbert Götz last download was at 2017-04-03 12:26:59. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations book. The ascendency of executive power in the presence of weak parliamentary and societal control has given rise to a need for deliberative forms of diplomacy in international relations. As Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden regularly include members of parliament, party representatives, and representatives of civil society in their delegations to the General Assembly of the United Nations, does this imply that a Nordic model exists? This book reviews the practice of these countries and finds that the role of societal representatives has diminished from participating members of delegations to mere observers. The Nordic examples illuminate the difficulties of achieving international governance through the practice of deliberative democracy. Table of Contents List of figures, images, and tables List of abbreviations Preface 1. Introduction The problem Why do the General Assembly and Norden matter? Theory and methodology Prior research 2. Challenges and traditions Delegation and representation at the United Nations Democracy and dilemmas at the UN General Assembly Nordic diplomacy at the League of Nations Unisex state actors and the representation of women 3. Parliament and UN delegations The Scandinavian model: Denmark An anachronism and parliamentarian stronghold: Norway Routine, squeeze-out, routine: Sweden Between Lilliputian and full-scale representation: Iceland Metamorphosis or parliament lost: The Finnish Sonderweg 4. The participation of civil society Scandinavian model revisited: Denmark The return of the body-snatched: Norway Corporatism and double universalism: Sweden Short stories: Finland and Iceland 5. Conclusions: On the way to deliberative diplomacy Archives Bibliography Author Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Norbert Gotz, Dr. phil. (2001) in Political Science, Humboldt University Berlin, Docent (2007) in Political History, University of Helsinki, habil. (2009) in Modern History and International Relations, University of Greifswald, is Professor at the Institute of Contemporary History, Sodertorn University, Sweden. His publications include the edited volume Regional Cooperation and International Organizations: The Nordic Model in Transnational Alignment (Routledge 2009).

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Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations PDF By author Norbert Götz last download was at 2017-02-17 05:34:40. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations book. The ascendency of executive power in the presence of weak parliamentary and societal control has given rise to a need for deliberative forms of diplomacy in international relations. As Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden regularly include members of parliament, party representatives, and representatives of civil society in their delegations to the General Assembly of the United Nations, does this imply that a Nordic model exists? This book reviews the practice of these countries and finds that the role of societal representatives has diminished from participating members of delegations to mere observers. The Nordic examples illuminate the difficulties of achieving international governance through the practice of deliberative democracy. Table of Contents List of figures, images, and tables List of abbreviations Preface 1. Introduction The problem Why do the General Assembly and Norden matter? Theory and methodology Prior research 2. Challenges and traditions Delegation and representation at the United Nations Democracy and dilemmas at the UN General Assembly Nordic diplomacy at the League of Nations Unisex state actors and the representation of women 3. Parliament and UN delegations The Scandinavian model: Denmark An anachronism and parliamentarian stronghold: Norway Routine, squeeze-out, routine: Sweden Between Lilliputian and full-scale representation: Iceland Metamorphosis or parliament lost: The Finnish Sonderweg 4. The participation of civil society Scandinavian model revisited: Denmark The return of the body-snatched: Norway Corporatism and double universalism: Sweden Short stories: Finland and Iceland 5. Conclusions: On the way to deliberative diplomacy Archives Bibliography Author Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Norbert Götz, Dr. phil. (2001) in Political Science, Humboldt University Berlin, Docent (2007) in Political History, University of Helsinki, habil. (2009) in Modern History and International Relations, University of Greifswald, is Professor at the Institute of Contemporary History, Södertörn University, Sweden. His publications include the edited volume Regional Cooperation and International Organizations: The Nordic Model in Transnational Alignment (Routledge 2009).

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The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 PDF By author Vahur Made last download was at 2018-06-24 15:38:07. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 book. DIVS - ISL, 2 (International Studies Library, 26) According to many analysts, the Russian-Georgian war in August 2008 fundamentally challenged European security, as well as the relationships of power there. The European Union decided to pay more attention to the Southern Caucasus region and its eastern neighbours. As a result, European Neighbourhood Policy is now on its way to being transformed into two parallel policies: an Eastern Partnership and a Union for the Mediterranean. It is in this light that this book analyses just where the European neighbourhood stood before the outbreak of the Georgian crisis and into what direction it is potentially going. How will eastern' and 'southern' neighbourhoods differ? What position will the Eastern Partnership take in future EU-Russian relations? The stances taken by individual Eastern Partnership partner countries towards the EU are examined. Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Contributors Introduction Chapter 1. Competing Concepts of European Neighbourhood Vahur Made Chapter 2. The EU neighbourhood policy, positive conditionality and reforms in the former Soviet space Viljar Veebel Chapter 3. The complex EU relations with its neighbours to the South: a historical perspective Giuliana Laschi Chapter 4. Lost in transition: how Ukraine and Georgia seize opportunities of the Eastern Partnership Alexei Sekarev Chapter 5. The refocus on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after the August 2008 War: Can the new context and processes give a chance for an increased EU involvement? Burcu Gultekin-Punsmann Chapter 6. Lessons learned from the ENP/Eastern Partnership experience in Moldova Igor Munteanu Chapter 7. The EU and Belarus - from isolation to the Eastern Partnership Lukasz Adamski Chapter 8. Russia and the European Union: Partnership and Conflict Undefined Konstantin K. Khudoley, Alexander V. Izotov Chapter 9. European Security and Eastern Partnership: Why the Eastern Partnership Initiative is Primarily about Security Rein Tammsaar Chapter 10. ENP in the Context of Transatlantic Relations Marcin Lapczyński Conclusion: ENP issues still open Index About the Editor(s) Dr Vahur Made (born 1971) is the Deputy Director of the Estonian School of Diplomacy and Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia. His main research interests include historical and current perspectives of Estonian and Baltic foreign policies, history of Baltic political, including foreign policy, identities, Cold War history, international organizations and European political integration from the Baltic and North Dr Alexei Sekarev (born 1957) has been engaged in academic research on transition economies in Eastern Europe, including as an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow. As team leader of several EU-funded projects, he has been rendering policy advice to Ukrainian, Armenian, Russian and Georgian governments on the implementation of Partnership and Cooperation Agreements, ENP Action Plans and implications of Common Spaces, and Eastern Partnership. Currently he is a Team Leader of the EU AEPLAC project.

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The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 PDF By author Vahur Made last download was at 2018-07-01 23:25:17. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 book. DIVS - ISL, 2 (International Studies Library, 26) According to many analysts, the Russian-Georgian war in August 2008 fundamentally challenged European security, as well as the relationships of power there. The European Union decided to pay more attention to the Southern Caucasus region and its eastern neighbours. As a result, European Neighbourhood Policy is now on its way to being transformed into two parallel policies: an Eastern Partnership and a Union for the Mediterranean. It is in this light that this book analyses just where the European neighbourhood stood before the outbreak of the Georgian crisis and into what direction it is potentially going. How will eastern' and 'southern' neighbourhoods differ? What position will the Eastern Partnership take in future EU-Russian relations? The stances taken by individual Eastern Partnership partner countries towards the EU are examined. Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Contributors Introduction Chapter 1. Competing Concepts of European Neighbourhood Vahur Made Chapter 2. The EU neighbourhood policy, positive conditionality and reforms in the former Soviet space Viljar Veebel Chapter 3. The complex EU relations with its neighbours to the South: a historical perspective Giuliana Laschi Chapter 4. Lost in transition: how Ukraine and Georgia seize opportunities of the Eastern Partnership Alexei Sekarev Chapter 5. The refocus on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after the August 2008 War: Can the new context and processes give a chance for an increased EU involvement? Burcu Gultekin-Punsmann Chapter 6. Lessons learned from the ENP/Eastern Partnership experience in Moldova  Igor Munteanu Chapter 7. The EU and Belarus - from isolation to the Eastern Partnership Lukasz Adamski Chapter 8. Russia and the European Union: Partnership and Conflict Undefined Konstantin K. Khudoley, Alexander V. Izotov Chapter 9. European Security and Eastern Partnership: Why the Eastern Partnership Initiative is Primarily about Security Rein Tammsaar Chapter 10. ENP in the Context of Transatlantic Relations Marcin Lapczyński Conclusion: ENP issues still open Index About the Editor(s) Dr Vahur Made (born 1971) is the Deputy Director of the Estonian School of Diplomacy and Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia. His main research interests include historical and current perspectives of Estonian and Baltic foreign policies, history of Baltic political, including foreign policy, identities, Cold War history, international organizations and European political integration from the Baltic and North Dr Alexei Sekarev (born 1957) has been engaged in academic research on transition economies in Eastern Europe, including as an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow. As team leader of several EU-funded projects, he has been rendering policy advice to Ukrainian, Armenian, Russian and Georgian governments on the implementation of Partnership and Cooperation Agreements, ENP Action Plans and implications of Common Spaces, and Eastern Partnership. Currently he is a Team Leader of the EU AEPLAC project.

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Second to None : Us Intelligence Activities in Northern Europe 1943-1946 Second to None : Us Intelligence Activities in Northern Europe 1943-1946 PDF By author Peer Henrik Hansen last download was at 2017-04-07 08:22:56. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Second to None : Us Intelligence Activities in Northern Europe 1943-1946 book.
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The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights PDF By author Owen Fiss last download was at 2018-01-15 08:36:22. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights book. Human Rights Series, 1 (Library of Human Rights, 1) In 1985, Owen Fiss was called to Argentina to advise its President, Raúl Alfonsín, and his administration on the trials that the country was then conducting to hold its military accountable for human rights abuses. From this experience, his perspective on human rights was changed. Fiss came to see human rights as universal social ideals that were also deeply rooted in the country's processes of national selfdetermination. This was an idea that would shape a generation of his thinking. In this book, the perspective that Fiss extracted from his experience in Argentina is brought to bear on some of the most vexing human rights issues in the modern world. A commitment to the processes of national self-determination so central to the Argentine human rights trials leads Fiss to cast a critical eye on the turn to international tribunals that tends to supplant national efforts to adjudicate human rights claims. Fiss also produces a vision of how states engaged in the transition from dictatorship to democracy, as Argentina was in the mid 1980s, can protect human rights through civil, not just criminal, proceedings. The Argentine experience also prompts him to search for the right degree of independence that judges are to have from the other, more political, branches in the transition to democracy. Fiss also takes on the human rights issues posed by the fi ght against terrorism in the post-9/11 era and once again tries to frame those issues within the terms of national law. The reasoned and humane decisions of Aharon Barak, former President of the Israeli Supreme Court, are taken by Fiss as models of how a nation dedicated to human rights can confront terrorist threats. Against this example, Fiss explores how Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama put in jeopardy, and sometimes transgressed, a number of principles that had long been part of the American constitutional tradition and that had allowed the United States to speak proudly and boldly about human rights. Throughout all of these essays, Fiss connects the ideals of human rights with the dictates of justice and with characteristic clarity and moral force draws out an encompassing theory of what both require. At times critical, at other celebratory, this book confronts many of the world's most challenging human rights issues and offers a vision of what a law faithful to the ideals of human rights could be. Table of Contents 1. Human Rights as Social Ideals 2. The Right Degree of Independence 3. The Autonomy of Law 4. Within Reach of the State 5. The Awkwardness of the Criminal Law 6. Law is Everywhere 7. The Example of America 8. Imprisonment without Trial Index Acknowledgements About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Owen Fiss is Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University.

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The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights PDF By author Owen Fiss last download was at 2017-03-04 53:17:28. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights book. Human Rights Series, 1 (Library of Human Rights, 1) In 1985, Owen Fiss was called to Argentina to advise its President, Raúl Alfonsín, and his administration on the trials that the country was then conducting to hold its military accountable for human rights abuses. From this experience, his perspective on human rights was changed. Fiss came to see human rights as universal social ideals that were also deeply rooted in the country's processes of national selfdetermination. This was an idea that would shape a generation of his thinking. In this book, the perspective that Fiss extracted from his experience in Argentina is brought to bear on some of the most vexing human rights issues in the modern world. A commitment to the processes of national self-determination so central to the Argentine human rights trials leads Fiss to cast a critical eye on the turn to international tribunals that tends to supplant national efforts to adjudicate human rights claims. Fiss also produces a vision of how states engaged in the transition from dictatorship to democracy, as Argentina was in the mid 1980s, can protect human rights through civil, not just criminal, proceedings. The Argentine experience also prompts him to search for the right degree of independence that judges are to have from the other, more political, branches in the transition to democracy. Fiss also takes on the human rights issues posed by the fi ght against terrorism in the post-9/11 era and once again tries to frame those issues within the terms of national law. The reasoned and humane decisions of Aharon Barak, former President of the Israeli Supreme Court, are taken by Fiss as models of how a nation dedicated to human rights can confront terrorist threats. Against this example, Fiss explores how Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama put in jeopardy, and sometimes transgressed, a number of principles that had long been part of the American constitutional tradition and that had allowed the United States to speak proudly and boldly about human rights. Throughout all of these essays, Fiss connects the ideals of human rights with the dictates of justice and with characteristic clarity and moral force draws out an encompassing theory of what both require. At times critical, at other celebratory, this book confronts many of the world's most challenging human rights issues and offers a vision of what a law faithful to the ideals of human rights could be. Table of Contents 1. Human Rights as Social Ideals 2. The Right Degree of Independence 3. The Autonomy of Law 4. Within Reach of the State 5. The Awkwardness of the Criminal Law 6. Law is Everywhere 7. The Example of America 8. Imprisonment without Trial Index Acknowledgements About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Owen Fiss is Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University.

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Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative PDF By author Vjekoslav Perica last download was at 2018-05-07 07:58:21. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative book. Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States explores and deconstructs various political myths and counter-myths that continue to threaten the processes of reconciliation in the region of the former Yugoslavia. The authors show a mutually dynamic interaction between mythology and politics throughout the 20th century. A wide variety of myths are identified, such as "Yugonostalgia," the mythologization of mass graves and deceased persons and the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on nationalist mythmaking. This work offers the reader a multi-national and multi-ethnic shared perspective on the origins, evolution and influence of myths on political discourse. This work was one of the components of a broader research and shared narrative program entitled "Facing the Past - Searching for the Future" initiated by the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (The Hague, The Netherlands) and the Center for History, Democracy and Reconciliation (Novi Sad, Serbia). Table of Contents Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Contributors Foreword by Richard J. Goldstone Introduction Myths, Political Mythologies and Nationalism Ethnogenesis Myths A Post-Communist Serbo-Russian Romance: Eastern Relic of The Pan-Slavic Myth Myths About Borders Myths About World War II And The Socialist Era Ethnic Diaspora as Politcial Actor And National Myth Myths and Countermyths And The Incorporation Of Myth Into New National Ideologies The Mythologization of Mass Graves and Deceased Persons Nostalgic/Patriotic Mythology after Yugoslavia The Impact of The Hague War Crimes Tribunal on Nationalist Politics, Mythmaking and Transition Recommendations on Conflict Management in Southeastern Europe Biographies Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Vjekoslav Perica is a Professor of History at the University of Rijeka, Croatia. He obtained a PhD in History from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, USA in 1998. He is the author of Balkan Idols. Religion and Nationalism in Yugoslav States (New York, 2002; Belgrade, 2006) and most recently, Saint Sava's and Saint Peter's Churches in Split: Sacred Symbols as Metaphors of Historical Changes (Belgrade, 2009). Darko Gavrilovic is a Professor of History at universities in Bosnia and Serbia. He is the Director of the Centre for History, Democracy and Reconciliation. He is an editor of the journals Shared History and Culture of Polis and the author of several books, including The Fields of the Serbian Medieval Culture, The Light and the Darkness of the Modern World, 1775-2000, The Strikes of Destiny - Political Myths in the 20th Century, In the Mainstream of the Nationalism, The Image of Jesus in the History of Culture (Novi Sad, 2009) and most recently, The Prisoners of the Myths of Nationalism and Communism.

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Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative PDF By author Vjekoslav Perica last download was at 2018-08-24 18:13:42. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative book. Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States explores and deconstructs various political myths and counter-myths that continue to threaten the processes of reconciliation in the region of the former Yugoslavia. The authors show a mutually dynamic interaction between mythology and politics throughout the 20th century. A wide variety of myths are identified, such as "Yugonostalgia," the mythologization of mass graves and deceased persons and the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on nationalist mythmaking. This work offers the reader a multi-national and multi-ethnic shared perspective on the origins, evolution and influence of myths on political discourse. Extra: This work was one of the components of a broader research and shared narrative program entitled "Facing the Past - Searching for the Future" initiated by the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (The Hague, The Netherlands) and the Center for History, Democracy and Reconciliation (Novi Sad, Serbia). Table of Contents Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Contributors Foreword by Richard J. Goldstone Introduction Myths, Political Mythologies and Nationalism Ethnogenesis Myths A Post-Communist Serbo-Russian Romance: Eastern Relic of The Pan-Slavic Myth Myths About Borders Myths About World War II And The Socialist Era Ethnic Diaspora as Politcial Actor And National Myth Myths and Countermyths And The Incorporation Of Myth Into New National Ideologies The Mythologization of Mass Graves and Deceased Persons Nostalgic/Patriotic Mythology after Yugoslavia The Impact of The Hague War Crimes Tribunal on Nationalist Politics, Mythmaking and Transition Recommendations on Conflict Management in Southeastern Europe Biographies Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Vjekoslav Perica is a Professor of History at the University of Rijeka, Croatia. He obtained a PhD in History from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, USA in 1998. He is the author of Balkan Idols. Religion and Nationalism in Yugoslav States (New York, 2002; Belgrade, 2006) and most recently, Saint Sava's and Saint Peter's Churches in Split: Sacred Symbols as Metaphors of Historical Changes (Belgrade, 2009). Darko Gavrilovic is a Professor of History at universities in Bosnia and Serbia. He is the Director of the Centre for History, Democracy and Reconciliation. He is an editor of the journals Shared History and Culture of Polis and the author of several books, including The Fields of the Serbian Medieval Culture, The Light and the Darkness of the Modern World, 1775-2000, The Strikes of Destiny - Political Myths in the 20th Century, In the Mainstream of the Nationalism, The Image of Jesus in the History of Culture (Novi Sad, 2009) and most recently, The Prisoners of the Myths of Nationalism and Communism.

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The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 PDF By author Valur Ingimundarson last download was at 2018-04-21 30:55:45. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 17 (History of International Relations Library, 25) This book explores U.S.-Icelandic relations, 1945-2006. It explains how Iceland became one of the most strategically important countries for the United States in the Cold War and details the efforts of the "American Empire" to maintain Iceland as a loyal partner. It assesses resistance to U.S. interests in Iceland - resistance that led to crises in NATO, especially when they became tied up in the "Cod Wars" with Britain. It also analyzes attempts to minimize the impact of the American presence by closing off the U.S. military base in Iceland, clamping down on fraternization between U.S. soldiers and Icelandic women and by insisting on a ban on the stationing of black troops. Finally, it explains the disintegration of the bilateral relationship in the post-Cold War period, resulting in the withdrawal of U.S. forces, and assesses the development of Icelandic foreign and security policy in a post-American setting. Peer-reviewed by academic specialists in the field, the book, which is based on rich archival material, seeks to fill a gap in the scholarly literature through its focus on the key role of Iceland in U.S. Cold War strategy. Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION II. FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE COLD WAR: THE QUESTION OF U.S. MILITARY RIGHTS IN ICELAND Iceland's Role in American Military Plans A U.S. Request for Base Rights Domestic Resistance to Foreign Troops A Compromise Solution: The Granting of Landing Rights Iceland and the Marshall Plan III. AN UNARMED COUNTRY JOINS A MILITARY ALLIANCE: A RELUCTANT ENTRY INTO NATO Probing U.S. Defense Plans Iceland Joins NATO IV. "EMPIRE BY INVITATION": THE KOREAN WAR AND THE REINTRODUCTION OF U.S. TROOPS TO ICELAND Abandoning the Principle of Demilitarization The Conclusion of the U.S.-Icelandic Defense Agreement V. THE POLITICS OF GENDER AND RACE: POLICING U.S. TROOPS Patriarchal Notions: "Protecting" Women from the Military Protectors Excluding Black Soldiers from Iceland Enforcing Racial Discrimination V. TAKING ON THE WORLD POWER: A CHALLENGE TO THE MILITARY PRESENCE Resisting the U.S. Strategic Air Command A Domestic Realignment: A Parliamentary Resolution on U.S. Withdrawal Playing off East against the West VII. THE STABILIZATION OF U.S.-ICELANDIC RELATIONS: THE POLITICS OF AFFLUENCE. The Nuclear Question and the Keflavik Base Pro-American Policies under Scrutiny VIII. COLD WARS AND "COD WARS": THE CRISIS IN ICELAND'S RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES AND NATO Reassembling a Left-Wing Coalition to Challenge Western Interests Raising the Ante: The Fishery Dispute with Britain Engaging the Americans: The Base Issue as a Domestic Political Game A Time of Reckoning: The "Cod War," the U.S. Base, and NATO A Showdown with the United States The Third "Cod War" as Cold War Brinkmanship IX. FROM A COLD WAR ENDAME TO THE DISSOLUTION OF A SECURITY COMMUNITY" The Revival of the Nuclear Question in the 1980s The End of the Cold War and the Evaporation of Iceland's Military Importance X. TOWARDS EUROPE: ICELAND'S POST-AMERICAN SECURITY POLICIES The Domestic Angle: The Evolution of a Contested Security Discourse The External Dimension: Responding to American Disinterest NATO Air Policing and Bilateral Security Arrangements Russian Geopolitics: From Strategic Aviation to the Financial Crisis A Strategic Discourse on Territory: Icelandic Security and the Arctic Question XI. CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Valur Ingimundarson, Ph.D. (1993) in History Columbia University in New York, is Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Iceland. He has published extensively on U.S.-European relations and Icelandic foreign and security policy, including Reconfiguring Iceland's Security and Foreign Policy (Icelandic Literary Society, 2008).

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The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 PDF By author Valur Ingimundarson last download was at 2018-06-28 01:58:46. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 17 (History of International Relations Library, 25) This book explores U.S.-Icelandic relations, 1945-2006. It explains how Iceland became one of the most strategically important countries for the United States in the Cold War and details the efforts of the "American Empire" to maintain Iceland as a loyal partner. It assesses resistance to U.S. interests in Iceland - resistance that led to crises in NATO, especially when they became tied up in the "Cod Wars" with Britain. It also analyzes attempts to minimize the impact of the American presence by closing off the U.S. military base in Iceland, clamping down on fraternization between U.S. soldiers and Icelandic women and by insisting on a ban on the stationing of black troops. Finally, it explains the disintegration of the bilateral relationship in the post-Cold War period, resulting in the withdrawal of U.S. forces, and assesses the development of Icelandic foreign and security policy in a post-American setting. Peer-reviewed by academic specialists in the field, the book, which is based on rich archival material, seeks to fill a gap in the scholarly literature through its focus on the key role of Iceland in U.S. Cold War strategy. Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION II. FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE COLD WAR: THE QUESTION OF U.S. MILITARY RIGHTS IN ICELAND Iceland's Role in American Military Plans A U.S. Request for Base Rights Domestic Resistance to Foreign Troops A Compromise Solution: The Granting of Landing Rights Iceland and the Marshall Plan III. AN UNARMED COUNTRY JOINS A MILITARY ALLIANCE: A RELUCTANT ENTRY INTO NATO Probing U.S. Defense Plans Iceland Joins NATO IV. "EMPIRE BY INVITATION": THE KOREAN WAR AND THE REINTRODUCTION OF U.S. TROOPS TO ICELAND Abandoning the Principle of Demilitarization The Conclusion of the U.S.-Icelandic Defense Agreement V. THE POLITICS OF GENDER AND RACE: POLICING U.S. TROOPS Patriarchal Notions: "Protecting" Women from the Military Protectors Excluding Black Soldiers from Iceland Enforcing Racial Discrimination VI. TAKING ON THE WORLD POWER: A CHALLENGE TO THE MILITARY PRESENCE Resisting the U.S. Strategic Air Command A Domestic Realignment: A Parliamentary Resolution on U.S. Withdrawal Playing off East against the West VII. THE STABILIZATION OF U.S.-ICELANDIC RELATIONS: THE POLITICS OF AFFLUENCE. The Nuclear Question and the Keflavik Base Pro-American Policies under Scrutiny VIII. COLD WARS AND "COD WARS": THE CRISIS IN ICELAND'S RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES AND NATO Reassembling a Left-Wing Coalition to Challenge Western Interests Raising the Ante: The Fishery Dispute with Britain Engaging the Americans: The Base Issue as a Domestic Political Game A Time of Reckoning: The "Cod War," the U.S. Base, and NATO A Showdown with the United States The Third "Cod War" as Cold War Brinkmanship IX. FROM A COLD WAR ENDAME TO THE DISSOLUTION OF A SECURITY COMMUNITY" The Revival of the Nuclear Question in the 1980s The End of the Cold War and the Evaporation of Iceland's Military Importance X. TOWARDS EUROPE: ICELAND'S POST-AMERICAN SECURITY POLICIES The Domestic Angle: The Evolution of a Contested Security Discourse The External Dimension: Responding to American Disinterest NATO Air Policing and Bilateral Security Arrangements Russian Geopolitics: From Strategic Aviation to the Financial Crisis A Strategic Discourse on Territory: Icelandic Security and the Arctic Question XI. CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Valur Ingimundarson, Ph.D. (1993) in History Columbia University in New York, is Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Iceland. He has published extensively on U.S.-European relations and Icelandic foreign and security policy, including Reconfiguring Iceland's Security and Foreign Policy (Icelandic Literary Society, 2008).

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Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [english - Hebrew Edition] Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [english - Hebrew Edition] PDF By author Sami Adwan last download was at 2018-03-12 27:43:42. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [english - Hebrew Edition] book. In Zoom In, Israeli and Palestinian authors collectively explore the contrasting perspectives on memory and remembrance through an innovative approach. Palestinian and Israeli university students are presented with a catalogue of period photographs from 1948 and then asked to provide their personal impressions. These individual reactions are then analyzed by the scholars, providing a multi-perspective commentary and analysis that underscores the urgent need for building greater understanding for the common history of this region. A particularly insightful case study is presented by Menachem Klein and Mahmoud Yazbak who jointly investigate how the 1948 expulsion and deportation of Palestinian refugees from the villages of Aylut and Malul are remembered today, both at the individual and collective levels, underscoring the enduring the dynamics that exist between the past and the present. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction, Catherine Cissé-van den Muijsenbergh Chapter 1 - Photographs on 1948's Palestinian Refugees with comments from students Chapter 2 - 'Aylut and Ma'lul: A Tale of Two Palestinian Villages Before and After the 1948 Nakba and the Birth of Israel, Mahmoud Yazbak and Menachem Klein Chapter 3 - Analysis on the comments 1 A Choreography of Memories, Menachem Klein 2 The Nakba and the Palestinian Silence, Mahmoud Yazbak 3 Social Silence: Transference, De-Sensitization and De-Focusing Among the Israeli Students, Efrat Ben-Ze'ev 4 The Afterlives of 1948: Photographic Remembrances in a Time of Catastrophe, Ihab Saloul 5 The Victimhood Trap, Tamir Sorek 6 Al-Nakba: The Palestinian Catastrophe Continues, Sami Adwan Biographies Annex Memories of Students on 1948 and the Palestinian Refugees and Students' Opinions on Historical Truth and Historical Justice ABOUT THE AUTHORS Sami Adwan, Ph.D (1987) in Education Administration, University of San Francisco, a Professor of Education and a teacher trainer at the Faculty of Education at Bethlehem University. Prof. Adwan's research focuses on Palestinian eduction and school books in building peace. Efrat Ben-Ze'ev, D.Phil. in Social Anthropology, University of Oxford (2001) and teaches at the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Ruppin Academic Center. Her research deals with Palestinian and Israeli memories of 1948, mental maps and geographical perceptions. Menachem Klein, PhD in Middle East and Islamic Studies Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political Science at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. His latest book is The Shift: Israel - Palestine from Border Conflict to Ethnic Struggle (2010). Ihab Saloul, Ph.D (2009) Cultural Analysis and COmparatice Literature, University of Amsterdam, a Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Media at Maastricht University, and Research Fellow at the University of Amsterdam. Among his areas of interests are the study of cultural memory and identity politics. Tamir Sorek, Ph.D. (2002) Sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Israel Studies at the University of Florida. He taught previously at Cornell University and the University of Maryland. His scholarly interests center on the processes by which ethnic and national identities are produced. Mahmoud Yazbak, Ph. D (1996) in Middle Eastern Studies form The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor of Palestinian History, teaching at the Department of Middle Eastern History at the University of Haifa. Professor Yazbak is the author of Haifa in the Late Ottoman Period, 1864-1914: A Muslim Town in Transition (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1998).

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Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Hebrew Edition] Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Hebrew Edition] PDF By author Sami Adwan last download was at 2017-02-27 19:23:47. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Hebrew Edition] book. In Zoom In, Israeli and Palestinian authors collectively explore the contrasting perspectives on memory and remembrance through an innovative approach. Palestinian and Israeli university students are presented with a catalogue of period photographs from 1948 and then asked to provide their personal impressions. These individual reactions are then analyzed by the scholars, providing a multi-perspective commentary and analysis that underscores the urgent need for building greater understanding for the common history of this region. A particularly insightful case study is presented by Menachem Klein and Mahmoud Yazbak who jointly investigate how the 1948 expulsion and deportation of Palestinian refugees from the villages of Aylut and Malul are remembered today, both at the individual and collective levels, underscoring the enduring the dynamics that exist between the past and the present. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction, Catherine Cissé-van den Muijsenbergh Chapter 1 - Photographs on 1948's Palestinian Refugees with comments from students Chapter 2 - 'Aylut and Ma'lul: A Tale of Two Palestinian Villages Before and After the 1948 Nakba and the Birth of Israel, Mahmoud Yazbak and Menachem Klein Chapter 3 - Analysis on the comments 1 A Choreography of Memories, Menachem Klein 2 The Nakba and the Palestinian Silence, Mahmoud Yazbak 3 Social Silence: Transference, De-Sensitization and De-Focusing Among the Israeli Students, Efrat Ben-Ze'ev 4 The Afterlives of 1948: Photographic Remembrances in a Time of Catastrophe, Ihab Saloul 5 The Victimhood Trap, Tamir Sorek 6 Al-Nakba: The Palestinian Catastrophe Continues, Sami Adwan Biographies Annex Memories of Students on 1948 and the Palestinian Refugees and Students' Opinions on Historical Truth and Historical Justice ABOUT THE AUTHORS Sami Adwan, Ph.D (1987) in Education Administration, University of San Francisco, a Professor of Education and a teacher trainer at the Faculty of Education at Bethlehem University. Prof. Adwan's research focuses on Palestinian eduction and school books in building peace. Efrat Ben-Ze'ev, D.Phil. in Social Anthropology, University of Oxford (2001) and teaches at the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Ruppin Academic Center. Her research deals with Palestinian and Israeli memories of 1948, mental maps and geographical perceptions. Menachem Klein, PhD in Middle East and Islamic Studies Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political Science at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. His latest book is The Shift: Israel - Palestine from Border Conflict to Ethnic Struggle (2010). Ihab Saloul, Ph.D (2009) Cultural Analysis and COmparatice Literature, University of Amsterdam, a Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Media at Maastricht University, and Research Fellow at the University of Amsterdam. Among his areas of interests are the study of cultural memory and identity politics. Tamir Sorek, Ph.D. (2002) Sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Israel Studies at the University of Florida. He taught previously at Cornell University and the University of Maryland. His scholarly interests center on the processes by which ethnic and national identities are produced. Mahmoud Yazbak, Ph. D (1996) in Middle Eastern Studies form The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor of Palestinian History, teaching at the Department of Middle Eastern History at the University of Haifa. Professor Yazbak is the author of Haifa in the Late Ottoman Period, 1864-1914: A Muslim Town in Transition (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1998).

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Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Arabic Edition] Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Arabic Edition] PDF By author Sami Adwan last download was at 2017-01-02 56:53:58. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Arabic Edition] book. In Zoom In, Israeli and Palestinian authors collectively explore the contrasting perspectives on memory and remembrance through an innovative approach. Palestinian and Israeli university students are presented with a catalogue of period photographs from 1948 and then asked to provide their personal impressions. These individual reactions are then analyzed by the scholars, providing a multi-perspective commentary and analysis that underscores the urgent need for building greater understanding for the common history of this region. A particularly insightful case study is presented by Menachem Klein and Mahmoud Yazbak who jointly investigate how the 1948 expulsion and deportation of Palestinian refugees from the villages of Aylut and Malul are remembered today, both at the individual and collective levels, underscoring the enduring the dynamics that exist between the past and the present. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction, Catherine Cissé-van den Muijsenbergh Chapter 1 - Photographs on 1948's Palestinian Refugees with comments from students Chapter 2 - 'Aylut and Ma'lul: A Tale of Two Palestinian Villages Before and After the 1948 Nakba and the Birth of Israel, Mahmoud Yazbak and Menachem Klein Chapter 3 - Analysis on the comments 1 A Choreography of Memories, Menachem Klein 2 The Nakba and the Palestinian Silence, Mahmoud Yazbak 3 Social Silence: Transference, De-Sensitization and De-Focusing Among the Israeli Students, Efrat Ben-Ze'ev 4 The Afterlives of 1948: Photographic Remembrances in a Time of Catastrophe, Ihab Saloul 5 The Victimhood Trap, Tamir Sorek 6 Al-Nakba: The Palestinian Catastrophe Continues, Sami Adwan Biographies Annex Memories of Students on 1948 and the Palestinian Refugees and Students' Opinions on Historical Truth and Historical Justice ABOUT THE AUTHORS Sami Adwan, Ph.D (1987) in Education Administration, University of San Francisco, a Professor of Education and a teacher trainer at the Faculty of Education at Bethlehem University. Prof. Adwan's research focuses on Palestinian eduction and school books in building peace. Efrat Ben-Ze'ev, D.Phil. in Social Anthropology, University of Oxford (2001) and teaches at the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Ruppin Academic Center. Her research deals with Palestinian and Israeli memories of 1948, mental maps and geographical perceptions. Menachem Klein, PhD in Middle East and Islamic Studies Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political Science at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. His latest book is The Shift: Israel - Palestine from Border Conflict to Ethnic Struggle (2010). Ihab Saloul, Ph.D (2009) Cultural Analysis and COmparatice Literature, University of Amsterdam, a Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Media at Maastricht University, and Research Fellow at the University of Amsterdam. Among his areas of interests are the study of cultural memory and identity politics. Tamir Sorek, Ph.D. (2002) Sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Israel Studies at the University of Florida. He taught previously at Cornell University and the University of Maryland. His scholarly interests center on the processes by which ethnic and national identities are produced. Mahmoud Yazbak, Ph. D (1996) in Middle Eastern Studies form The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor of Palestinian History, teaching at the Department of Middle Eastern History at the University of Haifa. Professor Yazbak is the author of Haifa in the Late Ottoman Period, 1864-1914: A Muslim Town in Transition (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1998).

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Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Arabic Edition] Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Arabic Edition] PDF By author Sami Adwan last download was at 2018-05-18 07:49:46. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Zoom In. Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances [English - Arabic Edition] book. In Zoom In, Israeli and Palestinian authors collectively explore the contrasting perspectives on memory and remembrance through an innovative approach. Palestinian and Israeli university students are presented with a catalogue of period photographs from 1948 and then asked to provide their personal impressions. These individual reactions are then analyzed by the scholars, providing a multi-perspective commentary and analysis that underscores the urgent need for building greater understanding for the common history of this region. A particularly insightful case study is presented by Menachem Klein and Mahmoud Yazbak who jointly investigate how the 1948 expulsion and deportation of Palestinian refugees from the villages of Aylut and Malul are remembered today, both at the individual and collective levels, underscoring the enduring the dynamics that exist between the past and the present. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction, Catherine Cissé-van den Muijsenbergh Chapter 1 - Photographs on 1948's Palestinian Refugees with comments from students Chapter 2 - 'Aylut and Ma'lul: A Tale of Two Palestinian Villages Before and After the 1948 Nakba and the Birth of Israel, Mahmoud Yazbak and Menachem Klein Chapter 3 - Analysis on the comments 1 A Choreography of Memories, Menachem Klein 2 The Nakba and the Palestinian Silence, Mahmoud Yazbak 3 Social Silence: Transference, De-Sensitization and De-Focusing Among the Israeli Students, Efrat Ben-Ze'ev 4 The Afterlives of 1948: Photographic Remembrances in a Time of Catastrophe, Ihab Saloul 5 The Victimhood Trap, Tamir Sorek 6 Al-Nakba: The Palestinian Catastrophe Continues, Sami Adwan Biographies Annex Memories of Students on 1948 and the Palestinian Refugees and Students' Opinions on Historical Truth and Historical Justice ABOUT THE AUTHORS Sami Adwan, Ph.D (1987) in Education Administration, University of San Francisco, a Professor of Education and a teacher trainer at the Faculty of Education at Bethlehem University. Prof. Adwan's research focuses on Palestinian eduction and school books in building peace. Efrat Ben-Ze'ev, D.Phil. in Social Anthropology, University of Oxford (2001) and teaches at the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Ruppin Academic Center. Her research deals with Palestinian and Israeli memories of 1948, mental maps and geographical perceptions. Menachem Klein, PhD in Middle East and Islamic Studies Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political Science at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. His latest book is The Shift: Israel - Palestine from Border Conflict to Ethnic Struggle (2010). Ihab Saloul, Ph.D (2009) Cultural Analysis and COmparatice Literature, University of Amsterdam, a Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Media at Maastricht University, and Research Fellow at the University of Amsterdam. Among his areas of interests are the study of cultural memory and identity politics. Tamir Sorek, Ph.D. (2002) Sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Israel Studies at the University of Florida. He taught previously at Cornell University and the University of Maryland. His scholarly interests center on the processes by which ethnic and national identities are produced. Mahmoud Yazbak, Ph. D (1996) in Middle Eastern Studies form The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor of Palestinian History, teaching at the Department of Middle Eastern History at the University of Haifa. Professor Yazbak is the author of Haifa in the Late Ottoman Period, 1864-1914: A Muslim Town in Transition (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1998).

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Poland and the Netherlands : A Case Study of European Relations Poland and the Netherlands : A Case Study of European Relations PDF By author Duco Hellema last download was at 2018-06-08 20:10:14. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Poland and the Netherlands : A Case Study of European Relations book. Poland and the Netherlands: A case study of European Relations Duco Hellema, Ryszard Zelichowski, Bert van der Zwan (eds.) DIVS - ISL, 4 (International Studies Library, 29) Dutch-Polish relations go back as far as the late Middle Ages. It is a history full of dramatic events, unexpected twists and serious rifts. This book focuses primarily on the relations between the Netherlands and Poland in the 20th century, an episode historiografically generally neglected compared to the earlier period. Today Poland and the Netherlands have developed full political, economic and cultural ties. Both countries enjoy as sovereign states equal membership of the EU and NATO. It took a long way to come so far. Because of political circumstances, largely driven by developments outside the two countries' control, it was not an easy way to go. International politics, especially the Second World War, the succeeding Cold War and the collapse of the Berlin Wall influenced bilateral contacts deeply. It makes the story of modern Dutch-Polish relations the more fascinating. Table of Contents Introduction 1.Reflections on Polish-Dutch Relations in the 16th and 17th Centuries by Maria Bogucka 2.Polish-Dutch Cultural Relations in the 17th and 18th Centuries by Wojciech Kriegseisen 3.Poland and the Netherlands in the 19th century by Idesbald Goddeeris 4.The Netherlands and Poland in the interwar years, 1919-1939 by Remco van Diepen 5.The Two Governments-in-Exile in London by Magdalena Hulas 6.Maczek's and Sosabowski's men: The Polish contribution to the liberation of the Netherlands by Ben Schoenmaker 7.The Cold War Years: 1945-1975 by Duco Hellema 8.Different Degrees of Cold: Polish-Dutch relations 1945-1975 as seen from The Hague by Ryszard Żelichowski 9.Impressions of crucial years: Poland, 1977-1980 by Edy Korthals Altes 10."That Poland be Polish again"? Dutch policy on Poland, 1975-1989 by Floribert Baudet 11.The authorities of the Polish People's Republic and human rights issues in the CSCE process by Wanda Jarząbek 12.The Netherlands and Poland's accession to NATO: 1989-1999 by Duco Hellema and Lotte Kaatee 13.Reaching for NATO Membership: Selected Issues and Personal Memories by Henryk Szlajfer 14.The Netherlands and Poland's Accession to the European Union by Bianca Szytniewski and Mathieu Segers 15.Six years of Polish membership of the European Union by Agnieszka Cianciara About the Editors Duco Hellema is Professor of the History of International Relations at the History Institute of Utrecht University. He has published widely on Dutch foreign relations, the Cold War and the history of international relations in general. One of his recent books is: Dutch Foreign Policy. The Role of the Netherlands in World Politics (Dordrecht: Republic of Letters 2009). Ryszard Żelichowski (1946) graduated from Institute of History at Warsaw University and is Professor and Director for Research and Studies at the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He teaches Dutch history and culture and publishes on small states and special territories. Bert van der Zwan (1956) studied History at Leiden University. He is head of the Historical Unit of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He had published about the history of international relations and Dutch foreign policy.

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Poland and the Netherlands : A Case Study of European Relations Poland and the Netherlands : A Case Study of European Relations PDF By author Duco Hellema last download was at 2018-02-17 60:26:25. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Poland and the Netherlands : A Case Study of European Relations book. Poland and the Netherlands: A case study of European Relations Duco Hellema, Ryszard Zelichowski, Bert van der Zwan (eds.) DIVS - ISL, 4 (International Studies Library, 29) Dutch-Polish relations go back as far as the late Middle Ages. It is a history full of dramatic events, unexpected twists and serious rifts. This book focuses primarily on the relations between the Netherlands and Poland in the 20th century, an episode historiografically generally neglected compared to the earlier period. Today Poland and the Netherlands have developed full political, economic and cultural ties. Both countries enjoy as sovereign states equal membership of the EU and NATO. It took a long way to come so far. Because of political circumstances, largely driven by developments outside the two countries' control, it was not an easy way to go. International politics, especially the Second World War, the succeeding Cold War and the collapse of the Berlin Wall influenced bilateral contacts deeply. It makes the story of modern Dutch-Polish relations the more fascinating. Table of Contents Introduction 1.Reflections on Polish-Dutch Relations in the 16th and 17th Centuries by Maria Bogucka 2.Polish-Dutch Cultural Relations in the 17th and 18th Centuries by Wojciech Kriegseisen 3.Poland and the Netherlands in the 19th century by Idesbald Goddeeris 4.The Netherlands and Poland in the interwar years, 1919-1939 by Remco van Diepen 5.The Two Governments-in-Exile in London by Magdalena Hulas 6.Maczek's and Sosabowski's men: The Polish contribution to the liberation of the Netherlands by Ben Schoenmaker 7.The Cold War Years: 1945-1975 by Duco Hellema 8.Different Degrees of Cold: Polish-Dutch relations 1945-1975 as seen from The Hague by Ryszard Żelichowski 9.Impressions of crucial years: Poland, 1977-1980 by Edy Korthals Altes 10."That Poland be Polish again"? Dutch policy on Poland, 1975-1989 by Floribert Baudet 11.The authorities of the Polish People's Republic and human rights issues in the CSCE process by Wanda Jarząbek 12.The Netherlands and Poland's accession to NATO: 1989-1999 by Duco Hellema and Lotte Kaatee 13.Reaching for NATO Membership: Selected Issues and Personal Memories by Henryk Szlajfer 14.The Netherlands and Poland's Accession to the European Union by Bianca Szytniewski and Mathieu Segers 15.Six years of Polish membership of the European Union by Agnieszka Cianciara About the Editors Duco Hellema is Professor of the History of International Relations at the History Institute of Utrecht University. He has published widely on Dutch foreign relations, the Cold War and the history of international relations in general. One of his recent books is: Dutch Foreign Policy. The Role of the Netherlands in World Politics (Dordrecht: Republic of Letters 2009). Ryszard Żelichowski (1946) graduated from Institute of History at Warsaw University and is Professor and Director for Research and Studies at the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He teaches Dutch history and culture and publishes on small states and special territories. Bert van der Zwan (1956) studied History at Leiden University. He is head of the Historical Unit of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He had published about the history of international relations and Dutch foreign policy.

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Terrorism : Ideology, Law and Policy Terrorism : Ideology, Law and Policy PDF By author Gelijn Molier last download was at 2017-09-19 12:49:48. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Terrorism : Ideology, Law and Policy book. Terrorism: Ideology, Law and Policy Edited by Afshin Ellian, Gelijn Molier and David Suurland Leiden University International Relations Studies Series, 13 (International Studies Library, 30) Unlike many other books on the topic of terrorism or counter-terrorism, this book aims to offer an interdisciplinary approach and integrated analysis by a wide variety of international scholars on the rapidly evolving subject matter of terrorism and counter-terrorism policies. It is structured on three concepts that should form the fundaments of any counter-terrorism approach namely: ideology, law and policy. In the first part of the book authors offer their analyses of the origins and ideological foundations of Islamic terrorism. The second part of the book makes an inventory and efficiency analysis of the body of legal counterterrorism instruments. The third part of the book looks at the practical nature of terrorism and the prevention and repression policies that have been developed to combat it. Since none of these research areas in itself will suffice to answer questions pertaining to Islamic terrorism and counter-terrorism strategies, this book attempts to look beyond the boundaries of each separate research field and thus aims to show the interconnectedness of their different paradigms. Table of Contents Notes on the contributors Abbreviations Chapter 1: General Introduction - by Gelijn Molier and David Suurland PART I: IDEOLOGY Introduction Chapter 2: From Old Jihad To New Jihad: The transformation of classical jihad to terrorist jihadism and its significance to Europe - by Bassam Tibi Chapter 3: High Hurdles Faced by Islamic Radicalism: The insightful Indonesian case - by Giora Eliraz Chapter 4: A Genealogy of Radical Islamic Theory and Practice - by David Suurland Chapter 5: Religious Roots of Muslim Violence - by Johannes J.G. Jansen Chapter 6: The Legal Order of Political Religion: A Comparative Study of Political Islam and Political Christendom - by Afshin Ellian PART II: LAW Introduction Chapter 7: In Search of Motive: Conceptual hazards in the quest for a proper definition of terrorism - by Harmen van ver Wilt Chapter 8: The Post-9/11 UN Initiatives to combat Terrorism: Adapting and expanding the legal framework to deal with new challenges - by Larissa van den Herik and Nico Schrijver Chapter 9: Towards a Comprehensive and Effective Counter-Terrorism Policy within the United Nations - by Bibi Van Ginkel Chapter 10: The War on Terror and Self-Defence Against Non-State Actors: An international law perspective - by Gelijn Molier Chapter 11: Multiculturalism and Religious Extremism: Whose human rights do we protect? - by Amos N. Guiora PART III: POLICY Introduction Chapter 12: Modern Terrorism and Modern Counter Terrorism in the Netherlands - by Erwin Muller Chapter 13: Jihadi Terrorism in the Netherlands: Growth, growing resilience and international links - by Edwin Bakker Chapter 14: Thwarted, Failed and Successful Plots by Muslim Extremists in the European Union - by Rob De Wijk and Carla Relk Chapter 15: Cultural Counter-Terrorism - by Paul Cliteur Index About Editor(s) Afshin Ellian is professor of Social Cohesion, Citizenship and Multiculturalism at the Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Law at Leiden University, has published extensively on terrorism and radical Islam. Gelijn Molier, LLM, is a lecturer at the Department of International Public Law. He also belongs to the staff of the Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Law at Leiden University, as a Lecturer and an Academic researcher. David Suurland, LLM, is aPhD fellow at the Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Law at Leiden University, is finishing his PhD on the comparison of secular totalitarian and radical Islamic ideologies.

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Terrorism : Ideology, Law and Policy Terrorism : Ideology, Law and Policy PDF By author Afshin Ellian last download was at 2018-07-04 15:37:27. This book is good alternative for From Intra-State War to Durable Peace. Conflict and Its Resolution in Africa After the Cold War. Download now for free or you can read online Terrorism : Ideology, Law and Policy book. Terrorism: Ideology, Law and Policy Edited by Afshin Ellian, Gelijn Molier and David Suurland Leiden University International Relations Studies Series, 13 (International Studies Library, 30) Unlike many other books on the topic of terrorism or counter-terrorism, this book aims to offer an interdisciplinary approach and integrated analysis by a wide variety of international scholars on the rapidly evolving subject matter of terrorism and counter-terrorism policies. It is structured on three concepts that should form the fundaments of any counter-terrorism approach namely: ideology, law and policy. In the first part of the book authors offer their analyses of the origins and ideological foundations of Islamic terrorism. The second part of the book makes an inventory and efficiency analysis of the body of legal counterterrorism instruments. The third part of the book looks at the practical nature of terrorism and the prevention and repression policies that have been developed to combat it. Since none of these research areas in itself will suffice to answer questions pertaining to Islamic terrorism and counter-terrorism strategies, this book attempts to look beyond the boundaries of each separate research field and thus aims to show the interconnectedness of their different paradigms. Table of Contents Notes on the contributors Abbreviations Chapter 1: General Introduction - by Gelijn Molier and David Suurland PART I: IDEOLOGY Introduction Chapter 2: From Old Jihad To New Jihad: The transformation of classical jihad to terrorist jihadism and its significance to Europe - by Bassam Tibi Chapter 3: High Hurdles Faced by Islamic Radicalism: The insightful Indonesian case - by Giora Eliraz Chapter 4: A Genealogy of Radical Islamic Theory and Practice - by David Suurland Chapter 5: Religious Roots of Muslim Violence - by Johannes J.G. Jansen Chapter 6: The Legal Order of Political Religion: A Comparative Study of Political Islam and Political Christendom - by Afshin Ellian PART II: LAW Introduction Chapter 7: In Search of Motive: Conceptual hazards in the quest for a proper definition of terrorism - by Harmen van ver Wilt Chapter 8: The Post-9/11 UN Initiatives to combat Terrorism: Adapting and expanding the legal framework to deal with new challenges - by Larissa van den Herik and Nico Schrijver Chapter 9: Towards a Comprehensive and Effective Counter-Terrorism Policy within the United Nations - by Bibi Van Ginkel Chapter 10: The War on Terror and Self-Defence Against Non-State Actors: An international law perspective - by Gelijn Molier Chapter 11: Multiculturalism and Religious Extremism: Whose human rights do we protect? - by Amos N. Guiora PART III: POLICY Introduction Chapter 12: Modern Terrorism and Modern Counter Terrorism in the Netherlands - by Erwin Muller Chapter 13: Jihadi Terrorism in the Netherlands: Growth, growing resilience and international links - by Edwin Bakker Chapter 14: Thwarted, Failed and Successful Plots by Muslim Extremists in the European Union - by Rob De Wijk and Carla Relk Chapter 15: Cultural Counter-Terrorism - by Paul Cliteur Index About Editor(s) Afshin Ellian is professor of Social Cohesion, Citizenship and Multiculturalism at the Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Law at Leiden University, has published extensively on terrorism and radical Islam. Gelijn Molier, LLM, is a lecturer at the Department of International Public Law. He also belongs to the staff of the Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Law at Leiden University, as a Lecturer and an Academic researcher. David Suurland, LLM, is aPhD fellow at the Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Law at Leiden University, is finishing his PhD on the comparison of secular totalitarian and radical Islamic ideologies.

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