Doing Good Author: Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 03/26/2004 Conflict, Humanitarian Assistance and Peacebuilding: Meeting the Challenges By Maria Lange and Mick Quinn, December 2003, International Alert To the authors of this 28 pamphlet Do No Harm as a peg to hang humanitarian intervention is
Books Received II Author: Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 09/20/2004 Recent Books Received Two on Terrorism..By and Against the State Yevgeny Primakov, A World Challenged: Fighting Terrorism in the Twent-First Century, Brookings Institution Press, 204, pp. 150 The author was Russian prime minsiter 1998-9, and like
Developing Afghanistan: Past Experiences from Jack Maresca Author: Interview conducted by Nicole Loschke- PCM Assistant Editor Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 12/07/2009 Q: Knowing what you know about the development of Afghanistan and reflecting back on the political climate after the Cold War, compared to now,
How to rebuild societies after wars in order to achieve sustainable peace has been a key question in the international community since the end of the Cold War. With numerous interventions to halt intrastate conflicts and prevent a return to war, international practitioners and academics alike have sought clear answers
Martin Meredith tells the fascinating and horrifying tale of the last 50 years of African history in The Fate of Africa: From the hopes of freedom to the heart of despair. The book is exhaustive and exhausting, and leaves one wondering where to turn for new hope.