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Diminishing conflicts in Asia and the Pacific : why some subside and others don't / edited by Edward Aspinall, Robin Jeffrey, and Anthony J. Regan.

Contributor(s): Aspinall, Edward | Jeffrey, Robin | Regan, A. J. (Anthony J.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ5584.A8 D565 2013Series: Routledge advances in Asia-Pacific studies ; 13.Publication: London ; New York : Routledge, 2013Description: xxi, 296 p. : ill., maps.ISBN: 9780415670319 (hbk); 9780203104811 (ebk).Subject(s): Peace-building -- Asia | Peace-building -- Pacific Area | Conflict management -- Asia | Conflict management -- Pacific Area
Contents:
Introduction: diminishing conflicts: learning from the Asia-Pacific -- Timor Leste: international intervention, gender and the dangers of negative peace / Susan Harris Rimmer -- Maluku: anomie to reconciliation / John Braithwaite -- Aceh: democratization and the politics of co-option / Edward Aspinall -- Solomon Islands: from uprising to intervention / Matthew Allen and Sinclair Dinnen -- Punjab: federalism, elections, suppression / Robin Jeffrey -- Sri Lanka: the end of war and the continuation of struggle / Bina D'Costa -- Bougainville: conflict deferred? / Anthony Regan -- The Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT): diminishing violence or violent peace? / Kabita Chakma and Bina D'Costa -- Eastern Burma: long wars without exhaustion / Desmond Ball and Nicholas Farrelly -- 11. Fiji: the politics of conflict reduction / John Fraenkel -- Southern Thailand: marginalization, injustice and the failure to govern / Tyrell Haberkorn -- Pakistan's federally administered tribal areas: cause or symptom of national insecurity? / Paul D'Arcy -- Southern Philippines: the ongoing saga of Moro separatism / Ron J. May -- Kashmir: placating frustrated people / Christopher Snedden -- The southern highlands of Papua New Guinea: conflict ignored / Nicole Haley -- Conclusion : lessons / Edward Aspinall, Robin Jeffrey and Anthony J. Regan.
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Introduction: diminishing conflicts: learning from the Asia-Pacific -- Timor Leste: international intervention, gender and the dangers of negative peace / Susan Harris Rimmer -- Maluku: anomie to reconciliation / John Braithwaite -- Aceh: democratization and the politics of co-option / Edward Aspinall -- Solomon Islands: from uprising to intervention / Matthew Allen and Sinclair Dinnen -- Punjab: federalism, elections, suppression / Robin Jeffrey -- Sri Lanka: the end of war and the continuation of struggle / Bina D'Costa -- Bougainville: conflict deferred? / Anthony Regan -- The Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT): diminishing violence or violent peace? / Kabita Chakma and Bina D'Costa -- Eastern Burma: long wars without exhaustion / Desmond Ball and Nicholas Farrelly -- 11. Fiji: the politics of conflict reduction / John Fraenkel -- Southern Thailand: marginalization, injustice and the failure to govern / Tyrell Haberkorn -- Pakistan's federally administered tribal areas: cause or symptom of national insecurity? / Paul D'Arcy -- Southern Philippines: the ongoing saga of Moro separatism / Ron J. May -- Kashmir: placating frustrated people / Christopher Snedden -- The southern highlands of Papua New Guinea: conflict ignored / Nicole Haley -- Conclusion : lessons / Edward Aspinall, Robin Jeffrey and Anthony J. Regan.

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