Ethnic Conflicts and Global Interventions

Maureen Wells (Editor)

Series: Terrorism, Hot Spots and Conflict-Related Issues
BISAC: POL035010

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Over the past three decades or more, the international community has been forced to negotiate agreements aimed at solving global problems of greater complexity than ever before experienced. In the first chapter, the authors’ make an argument for a specific interpretation of the role of technology as a value-laden and ideologically-based means by which technology disseminates instrumental values and roles to nations, governments, organizations, groups and individuals.

The second chapter focuses on spatial consequences of inter-ethnic conflicts. The third chapter examines research conducted in the Mazowe and Shamva districts on post-independence conflict resolution using taboos as a model. The commentary that follows describes some of the pragmatic mechanisms used amongst the international community to maximize consensus regarding standards of behavior in international affairs.

(Imprint: Novinka)

Preface
pp. vii-x

Chapter 1
The Technological Rationale in the New Age of Globalization
(Ramsey Dahab and George Wilson, The University of Miami, Miami, FL, USA)
pp. 1-20

Chapter 2
Crisis Urbanization and Empty Spaces: The Spatial Aspects of Ethnic Conflicts
(Jernej Zupanèiè, Department of Geography, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Aškerèeva, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
pp. 21-40

Chapter 3
Children as Victims in Political Conflicts. Unmasking Taboos as a Conflict Resolution Model
(Obediah Dodo, Everisto Nsenduluka and Sichalwe Kasanda, University of Lusaka, Zambia, Africa, and others)
pp. 41-60

Chapter 4
Election Manipulation, Politics, Violence, Election Systems
(Obediah Dodo, Peace and Governance Department, Bindura, University of Science Education, Bindura, Zimbabwe)
pp. 61-72

Commentary
Reaching Consensus in International Relations is More Important Than Ever, but New Tools Are Needed to Achieve It
(Alice de Jonge, Dept of Business Law & Taxation, Monash University, Australia)
pp. 73-82

Index
pp. 83-92

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