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Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution


About the Series

The field of peace and conflict research has grown enormously as an academic pursuit in recent years, gaining credibility and relevance amongst policy makers and in the international humanitarian and NGO sector. The Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution series aims to provide an outlet for some of the most significant new work emerging from this academic community, and to establish itself as a leading platform for innovative work at the point where peace and conflict research impacts on International Relations theory and processes.

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Conflict Resolution after the Pandemic Building Peace, Pursuing Justice

Conflict Resolution after the Pandemic: Building Peace, Pursuing Justice

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Richard E. Rubenstein, Solon Simmons
January 09, 2023

In this edited volume, experts on conflict resolution examine the impact of the crises triggered by the coronavirus and official responses to it. The pandemic has clearly exacerbated existing social and political conflicts, but, as the book argues, its longer-term effects open the door to both ...

Theorising Civil Society Peacebuilding The Practical Wisdom of Local Peace Practitioners in Northern Ireland, 1965–2015

Theorising Civil Society Peacebuilding: The Practical Wisdom of Local Peace Practitioners in Northern Ireland, 1965–2015

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Emily E. Stanton
January 09, 2023

Using empirical qualitative research, this book conceptualises and demonstrates the value of local practical knowledge for peacebuilding in the context of Northern Ireland. There are increasing calls to involve local people to ensure legitimacy, relevance, and sustainability when seeking to build ...

Peacemakers in Israel-Palestine Dialogues for a Just Peace

Peacemakers in Israel-Palestine: Dialogues for a Just Peace

1st Edition

By Robert Hostetter
October 04, 2022

This book offers an analysis of the major sources of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and suggests principles and processes for building a peacemaking platform. The primary aim of this book is to analyze the crucial roles and capacities of mid-level, nongovernmental peacemakers as they provide ...

Multi-Level Reconciliation and Peacebuilding Stakeholder Perspectives

Multi-Level Reconciliation and Peacebuilding: Stakeholder Perspectives

1st Edition

Edited By Kevin P. Clements, Sung Yong Lee
August 01, 2022

This edited volume examines the group dynamics of social reconciliation in conflict-affected societies by adopting ideas developed in social psychology and the everyday peace discourse in peace and conflict studies. The book revisits the intra- and inter-group dynamics of social reconciliation in ...

Racial Justice and Nonviolence Education Building the Beloved Community, One Block at a Time

Racial Justice and Nonviolence Education: Building the Beloved Community, One Block at a Time

1st Edition

By Arthur Romano
July 14, 2022

This book examines the role that community-based educators in violence-affected cities play in advancing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s radical nonviolent vision for racial and social justice. This work argues that nonviolence education can help communities build capacity to disrupt and transform ...

Interactive Peacemaking A People-Centered Approach

Interactive Peacemaking: A People-Centered Approach

1st Edition

By Susan H. Allen
January 27, 2022

This book examines the theory and practice of interactive peacemaking, centering the role of people in making peace. The book presents the theory and practice of peacemaking as found in contemporary processes globally. By putting people at the center of the analysis, it outlines the possibilities ...

Reconciling Divided States Peace Processes in Ireland and Korea

Reconciling Divided States: Peace Processes in Ireland and Korea

1st Edition

Edited By Dong Jin Kim, David Mitchell
January 13, 2022

This book offers a distinctive perspective on peace processes by comparatively analysing two cases which have rarely been studied in tandem, Ireland and Korea. The volume examines and compares Ireland and Korea as two peace/conflict areas. Despite their differences, both places are marked by a ...

Neighborhood Resilience and Urban Conflict The Four Loops Model

Neighborhood Resilience and Urban Conflict: The Four Loops Model

1st Edition

By Karina V. Korostelina
October 22, 2021

This book explores the resilience in urban neighborhoods affected by chronic conflict and violence, developing a new model for improving resilience policies. The neighborhood resilience approach is an inclusive form of building positive resilience, which recognizes that local communities ...

The Colombian Peace Agreement A Multidisciplinary Assessment

The Colombian Peace Agreement: A Multidisciplinary Assessment

1st Edition

Edited By Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora, Andrés Molina-Ochoa, Nancy C. Doubleday
April 29, 2021

This book is the first systematic, interdisciplinary examination of the peace agreement signed between the Colombian Government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia to end one of the largest and most violent conflicts in the Western Hemisphere. It discusses the achievements, failures...

Healing and Peacebuilding after War Transforming Trauma in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Healing and Peacebuilding after War: Transforming Trauma in Bosnia and Herzegovina

1st Edition

Edited By Julianne Funk, Nancy Good, Marie E. Berry
July 23, 2020

This book brings together multiple perspectives to examine the strengths and limitations of efforts to promote healing and peacebuilding after war, focusing on the aftermath of the traumatic armed conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This book begins with a simple premise: trauma that is not ...

Root Narrative Theory and Conflict Resolution Power, Justice and Values

Root Narrative Theory and Conflict Resolution: Power, Justice and Values

1st Edition

By Solon Simmons
February 13, 2020

This book introduces Root Narrative Theory, a new approach for narrative analysis, decoding moral politics, and for building respect and understanding in conditions of radical disagreement. This theory of moral politics bridges emotion and reason, and, rather than relying on what people say, it ...

Peace in International Relations

Peace in International Relations

2nd Edition

By Oliver P. Richmond
January 16, 2020

This updated and revised second edition examines the conceptualisation and evolution of peace in International Relations (IR) theory. The book examines the concept of peace and its usage in the main theoretical debates in IR, including realism, liberalism, constructivism, critical theory, and ...

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