Nordic Approaches to Peace Mediation. Research, Practices and Policies

In what ways is peace mediation organized in the various Nordic countries? Is there a particular ‘Nordic model’ for peace-promotion? How are Nordic scholars in the study field of peace mediation and conflict resolution related to practitioners of peacemaking? Is there a ‘Nordic approach’ to the study on peace mediation? What are the burning questions in the study on peace mediation at this moment according to Nordic scholars? 

This book contains two studies. The first explores some thematic fields particularly distinct in the sphere of Nordic scholarship on peace mediation, facilitation, and conflict resolution, such as requirements pertaining to peace diplomacy in asymmetrical wars, the meaning and importance of gaining the image of peace nations for the Nordic countries as well as the conduct of peace diplomacy in practice. In addition, the study tackles the broader question on how peace mediation may be linked with broader theoretical debates on liberal peace-building. The second study explores how peace facilitation and mediation is administered and implemented by the Nordic foreign ministries. Furthermore, it probes how mediation and other themes related to conflict prevention and peace diplomacy have entered their agendas and developed over time, explores the policies pursued on the international scene vis-á-vis the UN, EU, and regionally in Europe as well as in other parts of the world.


ISBN-10:
978-951-44-9311-9
Kieli:
englanti
Kustantaja:
TAMPEREEN YLIOPISTO
Painos:
1. painos
Painovuosi:
2014
Sidosasu:
nid.
Sivumäärä:
150
Tekijät:
Lehti Marko
Viivakoodi 9789514493102
Tuotekoodi 29500002
18,00 €
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