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Author Paris, Roland, 1967-
Title At war's end : building peace after civil conflict / Roland Paris.
Imprint Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Author Paris, Roland, 1967-
Subject Peace-building.
Democracy.
Capitalism.
Description 1 online resource (xi, 289 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-279) and index.
Contents COVER -- HALF-TITLE -- TITLE -- COPYRIGHT -- DEDICATION -- CONTENTS -- FIGURES -- PREFACE -- INTRODUCTION -- The Argument of This Book -- Bridging Theory and Practice -- Organization of the Book -- PART I FOUNDATIONS -- 1 The Origins of Peacebuilding -- The Cold War's End and the Rise of Peacebuilding -- The Agents of Peacebuilding -- Liberalization as an All-Purpose Elixir -- Appendix to Chapter 1 -- 2 The Liberal Peace Thesis -- Unanswered Questions -- The Disappearing Leviathan -- PART II THE PEACEBUILDING RECORD -- 3 Introduction to the Case Studies -- Case Study Guidelines -- Case Selection -- 4 Angola and Rwanda -- Angola -- Rwanda -- Conclusion -- 5 Cambodia and Liberia -- Cambodia -- Liberia -- Conclusion -- 6 Bosnia and Croatia -- Bosnia -- Croatia -- Conclusion -- 7 Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala -- Nicaragua -- El Salvador -- Guatemala -- Conclusion -- 8 Namibia and Mozambique -- Namibia -- Mozambique -- Conclusion -- PART III PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS -- 9 The Limits of Wilsonianism -- Learning from the Case Studies -- The Paradoxical Logic of Market Democracy: Peace Through Conflict -- The Pathologies of Liberalization -- The Vulnerability of War-Shattered States -- The Faulty Assumptions of Wilsonianism -- 10 Toward More Effective Peacebuilding -- Alternatives to Wilsonianism -- Rethinking the Wilsonian Approach to Peacebuilding -- Institutionalization Before Liberalization -- Possible Criticisms of IBL -- Conclusion -- 11 Lessons Learned and Not Learned -- Kosovo -- East Timor -- Sierra Leone -- Backsliding in Afghanistan -- The Challenges Ahead -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- BIBLIOGRAPHY.
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Summary "All fourteen major peacebuilding missions launched between 1989 and 1999 shared a common strategy for consolidating peace after internal conflicts : immediate democratization and marketization. This volume argues that transforming war-shattered states into market democracies is a basically sound idea, but that pushing the process too quickly can have damaging and destabilizing effects. A more sensible approach would first establish a system of domestic institutions capable of managing the disruptive effects of democratization and marketization, and only then phase in political and economic reforms as conditions warrant. Avoiding the problems that marred many peacebuilding missions in the 1990s will require longer-lasting, better-planned, and ultimately more intrusive forms of intervention in the domestic affairs of war-torn states."--Jacket.
ISBN 9780511210747
0511210744
9780521834124 (hardback)
0521834120 (hardback)
9780521541978 (pbk.)
0521541972 (pbk.)
0511214324 (electronic bk.)
9780511214325 (electronic bk.)
9780511216114 (electronic bk.)
0511216114 (electronic bk.)
9780511790836 (electronic bk.)
051179083X (electronic bk.)
1280515856
9781280515859
0511212518
9780511212512
0511210744
0521834120 (hardback)
0521541972 (pbk.)
OCLC # 124039391
Additional Format Print version: Paris, Roland, 1967- At war's end. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004 (DLC) 2003065621.


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