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|Author:||United Nations University||UPC:||9789280811018|
|This co-publication of the United Nations University Press and the University of Alberta Press contains a number of papers which examine issues involved in post-conflict reconciliation and peacebuilding; topics of particular current concern following the recent conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Aspects of peacebuilding strategies include disarming warring parties, restoring order, decommissioning and destroying weapons, repatriating refugees, providing advisory and training support for security personnel, monitoring elections, de-mining and other forms of demilitarisation, providing technical assistance, advancing efforts to protect human rights, reforming and strengthening institutions of governance including monitoring and supervising elections, and promoting participation in the political process. Many of the papers were presented at a symposium held in Alberta, Canada in March 2000, which included academics, policy advisors and practitioners in the field of peace studies and peacebuilding.|
|Publisher||United Nations University|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||96303992|
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|Author(s)||United Nations University|
|Place of Publication||Tokyo|
|Format Details||Trade Paperback (US)|
|Author Biography||Tom Keating is a professor and former chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta and author of Canada and World Order. W. Andy Knight is McCalla Research Professor at the University of Alberta and editor of Global Governance.|
|Country of Publication||Japan|
|Subject||Social Studies: General|
|Imprint||United Nations University|
|Date of Publication||14/04/2004|
|Edited by||Professor w. Andy Knight, Tom Keating|
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