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Author Nordquist, Kjell-Åke.
Title Reconciliation as politics : a concept and its practice / Kjell-Åke Nordquist.
Imprint Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, [2017]

Author Nordquist, Kjell-Åke.
Series Church of Sweden research series ; no. 13
Research series (Svenska kyrkan) ; no. 13.
Subject Reconciliation -- Political aspects.
Truth commissions.
Description 1 online resource.
Summary Is "political reconciliation" a new tool for peace-building and justice--in peace processes and other complex social reconstruction efforts-after dictatorship or civil wars? Or is it just another term for established practices like negotiation, conflict resolution, and cooperation? Reconciliation processes after conflict and war can be very different in form and content. Kjell-Ake Nordquist analyzes the concept of reconciliation from a political perspective and outlines an understanding of its characteristics in a comparison with its closest "conceptual relatives": forgiveness and conflict resolution. In addition, Nordquist specifically addresses the structural dimensions of reconciliation, and formulates an understanding of reconciliation that identifies a specific contribution to the settlement of political conflicts. In this way, political reconciliation has the potential to be an approach that, along with other activities, contributes to more complete and genuine peace processes.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Political Reconciliation -- How Come? -- 2. Whose Truth and Which Reconciliation? -- 3. Five Ways of Dealing with the Past -- 4. Structural Theory of Reconciliation -- 5. Human Rights and Peace-Building -- 6. Political Reconciliation and Human Rights -- Matching or Not? -- 7. Legal Frameworks and International Peace -- 8. From East Timor to Timor Leste -- 9. Reflection on Timor Leste -- 10. Political Reconciliation -- A Contribution to Politics?
Note Vendor-supplied metadata.
ISBN 9781532600814 (electronic bk.)
153260081X (electronic bk.)
1532600828
9781532600821
OCLC # 982613867
Additional Format Print version: 1532600828 9781532600821 (OCoLC)964648047


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