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Political Science Diplomacy

No-Nonsense Guide to Conflict and Peace

edited by Helen Ware

Between the Lines
Initial publish date
Nov 2005
Diplomacy, Peace
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    Nov 2005
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    Nov 2005
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As the war on terror dominates world headlines and conflicts of all kinds abound, this No-Nonsense Guide provides a refreshing antidote. Can conflict be prevented? If not, how can it be contained?

Drawing on the authors’ wide range of experience, from the UN to the local village, Conflict and Peace will help readers to understand why conflicts persist - and how they can be transformed.

About the author

Helen Ware has over twenty years experience working for the Australian Government aid organization AUSAID. Rebecca Spence and Bert Jenkins teach in the Peace Studies programme at the University of New England. Jonathan Makuwira, now lecturing at the University of New England, is a former research officer with the NGO co-ordinating body in Malawi.

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Editorial Reviews

“What matters most is how conflict is dealt with — and this is the theme of this highly worthwhile book.”

Estanislau da Silva, Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Timor Leste