Peace: Economic, Global and Social Challenges

$160.00

Shawn Gonzales (Editor)

Series: Social Justice, Equality and Empowerment
BISAC: POL034000

This book provides insights into the economic, global and social challenges of peace in today’s world. It also explores the nature of contemporary conflict and peace processes whereby certain parties seek to maintain the hostilities for economic gain. Through their research, the authors make a theoretical contribution towards reexamining the concept of international peace diplomacy from an educational perspective. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

Chapter 1. A Necessary Condition for Peaceful Economic Growth to Continue: The “Space Renaissance”
Patrick Collins and Adriano Autino (Azabu University, V-P Space Renaissance International, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan, and others)

Chapter 2. Tough Roads to Peace: Missing Persons and Post-Conflict Reconciliation
Anastasia Kushleyko (International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Regional Legal Advisor, Moscow, Russian Federation)

Chapter 3. Social Peace as Individual Disposition and Value System
Jeff Noonan (Professor of Philosophy, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada)

Chapter 4. Conceptual Realities of International Mediation: (Re)Conceptualizing Mediation and Economic Aid in Northern Ireland and the Border Counties
Brett M. Mallon and Sean Byrne (Peace and Conflict Studies, Arthur V Mauro Centre for peace and Justice, St Pauls College, University of Manitoba, Canada)

Chapter 5. The Prolonged and Flawed Nature of Contemporary Conflict and Peace Processes: “Spoiler” Phenomenon in the DR Congo
Masako Yonekawa (Rikkyo University, Japan)

Chapter 6. Reshaping the National Economy: The Challenges of Economic Development and Peace in Nigeria
Oluwaseun Bamidele (Institute of Peace, Security and Governance, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria)

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