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Title Nonviolent intervention across borders : a recurrent vision / edited by Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan and Thomas Weber.
Imprint Honolulu, Hawaiʻi : Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace, University of Hawaiʻi, 2000.

Subject Nonviolence.
Peace movements.
Intervention (International law)
Alt Name Moser-Puangsuwan, Yeshua, 1954-
Weber, Thomas, 1950-
Description xiii, 369 pages ; 23 cm
Local Note BLUFFTON: Alum, 1984: Kern, Kathleen.
Contents The recurrent vision and the peace brigade movement / Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan and Thomas Weber -- A history of nonviolent interposition and accompaniment / Thomas Weber -- Cross-border nonviolent intervention: a typology / Robert J. Burrowes -- The voyage of the Lusitania Expresso / Andrew McMillan -- "Wave after wave they went crossing the border": friendshipments by pastors for peace / Robin Hayes -- Cyprus resettlement project: an instance of international peacemaking / A. Paul Hare -- Peace brigades international: nonviolence in action / Liam Mahony -- Project accompaniment: a Canadian response / Beth Abbott -- Christian peacemaker teams / Kathleen Kern -- Balkan peace team international in Croatia: otvorene oci (open eyes) / Dave Bekkering -- Cry for justice in Haiti, fall 1993 / Ed Kinane -- The Sahara protest team / April Carter -- One million kilometers for peace, reconciliation and hope: the Dhammayietra movement in Cambodia / Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan -- Mir Sada: The story of a nonviolent intervention that failed / Christine Schweitzer -- Witness for peace / Ed Griffen-Nolan -- The Persian Gulf War and the Gulf peace team / Robert J. Burrowes -- Nonviolent humanitarian intervention: a framework for the future / Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan and Thomas Weber.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1880309114 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 43030765
Table of Contents
 Foreword / Narayan Desai 
1The Recurrent Vision and the Peace Brigade Movement / Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan, Thomas Weber3
2A History of Nonviolent Interposition and Accompaniment / Thomas Weber15
3Cross-border Nonviolent Intervention: A Typology / Robert J. Burrowes45
4The Voyage of the Lusitania Expresso / Andrew McMillan73
5"Wave After Wave They Went Crossing the Border": Friendshipments by Pastors for Peace / Robin Hayes103
6Cyprus Resettlement Project: An Instance of International Peacemaking / A. Paul Hare115
7Peace Brigades International: Nonviolence in Action / Liam Mahony133
8Project Accompaniment: A Canadian Response / Beth Abbott163
9Christian Peacemaker Teams / Kathleen Kern175
10Balkan Peace Team International in Croatia: Otvorene Oci (Open Eyes) / Dave Bekkering191
11Cry for Justice in Haiti, Fall 1993 / Ed Kinane207
12The Sahara Protest Team / April Carter235
13One Million Kilometers for Peace, Reconciliation and Hope: The Dhammayietra Movement in Cambodia / Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan257
14Mir Sada: The Story of a Nonviolent Intervention that Failed / Christine Schweitzer269
15Witness for Peace / Ed Griffin-Nolan279
16The Persian Gulf War and the Gulf Peace Team / Robert J. Burrowes305
17Nonviolent Humanitarian Intervention: A Framework for the Future / Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan, Thomas Weber319
App. AFrom the Peace Army to SIPAZ: A Chronology of Grassroot Initiatives in Unarmed Peacekeeping / Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan341
App. BNongovernmental Organizations Currently Seeking Volunteers and Placing Peace Teams357

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