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Conflict Resolution & Peace Studies

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Greenland in Arctic Security

(De)securitization Dynamics under Climatic Thaw and Geopolitical Freeze

How a nation at the center of the Arctic region fits into security studies

How Informal Institutions Matter

Evidence from Turkish Social and Political Spheres

with a foreword by B. Guy Peters

Informal institutions are core to political life

Making Endless War

The Vietnam and Arab-Israeli Conflicts in the History of International Law

How two conflicts have shaped the relationship between law and war since 1945

Turkey and the Kurdish Peace Process

Actors, Issues, and Context

The Kurdish peace process represents a major shift in theoretical and practical approaches to peace studies

Complex Rivalry

The Dynamics of India-Pakistan Conflict

A new model to understand the India–Pakistan rivalry

First Nationalism Then Identity

On Bosnian Muslims and Their Bosniak Identity

Understanding the relationship between nationalism and identity, through a native European Muslim group

Twenty-First Century Military Innovation

Technological, Organizational, and Strategic Change beyond Conventional War

How the military actively reengineers for success on and off the battlefield

Torture, Humiliate, Kill

Inside the Bosnian Serb Camp System

Detention camps as instruments of torture and collective trauma

Pride, Not Prejudice

National Identity as a Pacifying Force in East Asia

Nationalism as a path to international peace

Normalization in World Politics

The imposition of normalcy on fragile states and crises and its implications for world politics

The Politics of Military Force

Antimilitarism, Ideational Change, and Post-Cold War German Security Discourse

Examines the dynamics of discursive change that made participation in military operations possible against the background of German antimilitarist culture

Coexistence in the Aftermath of Mass Violence

Imagination, Empathy, and Resilience

The process of choosing peace after violence

American Dove

US Foreign Policy and the Failure of Force

A framework for a moral grand strategy

Resisting Europe

Practices of Contestation in the Mediterranean Middle East

Examines the ways that MENA states reject, resist, challenge, modify, or entirely change European policies and preferences

Battle for Allegiance

Governments, Terrorist Groups, and Constituencies in Conflict

The ways in which terrorist groups, the government, and the citizens relate to each other in a triadic web of action

A Bibliography of Chinese Language Materials on the People's Communes

A comprehensive culling of information from some 137 Chinese journals on the topic of the commune, the most important administrative and planning unit in post-1949 China

Chinese Communist Materials at the Bureau of Investigation Archives, Taiwan

A research guide to the extensive materials on the Chinese Communist Party gathered by Nationalist authorities before 1949 and currently stored in government institutions in Taiwan.

Thucydides’s Trap?

Historical Interpretation, Logic of Inquiry, and the Future of Sino-American Relations

History is not doomed to repeat itself

Decency and Difference

Humanity and the Global Challenge of Identity Politics

A critical examination of the many difficulties and possibilities of advancing decency in world politics

Always at War

British Public Narratives of War

Examining narrative as a public opinion tool illuminates a truer picture of how a nation sees itself at war

Drones and Support for the Use of Force

Explores the legal, technological, and ethical influence of drones on military policy