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Interrogating illiberal peace in Eurasia : critical perspectives on peace and conflict / edited by Catherine Owen ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Owen, Catherine, 1981-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ5584.A813 I58 2018Series: Global dialogues (London, England): Publication: New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, c2018Description: vi, 317 p : ill, maps.ISBN: 9781786603623 (pbk.); 1786603624 (pbk.); 9781786603616 (hbk.); 1786603616 (hbk.).Subject(s): Peace-building -- Asia, Central | Conflict management -- Asia, Central
Contents:
Introduction : illiberal peace and authoritarian conflict management : empirical and theoretical contexts -- History, memory and the quest for conflict resolution in southern Kyrgyzstan and the Ferghana Valley / Jeff Sahadeo -- China's approach to countering religious extremism among Uyghurs in Xinjiang / Adam Jones -- Women and literature in Azerbaijan : creative literacy as an asset model of peace-building / Alison Mandaville -- A negative post-liberal peace? : inquiring the embeddedness of everyday forms of peace in Central Asia / Philipp Lottholz -- "Everyday peace" in Jabbor Rasulov, Tajikistan : local social order and possibilities for a local turn in peace building / Khushbakht Hojiev and Anna Kriekemeyer -- Nation-building in Central Asia : towards a new ethnic policy / Valeriy Khan -- Clashes of universalisms : Xinjiang, Tianxia and changing world order in 19th century / Zhiguang Yin -- Spatial security during ethnic riots in Osh : how spatial factors and the built environment affect the local dynamics of violence and neighborhood security / Joldon Kutmanaliev -- Bottom-up peacekeeping in southern Kyrgyzstan : how local actors managed to prevent the spread of violence from Osh/Jalal-Abad to Aravan, June 2010 / Alisher Khamidov, Nick Megoran and John Heathershaw -- Conflict management, extractive industries, and the 2014 Iiternational military exit strategy in Afghanistan / Timor Sharan and Srinjoy Bose -- Positive incentives to stop insurgency? : Russian conciliatory tactics in the North Caucasus / Elena Zhirukhina.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 296-305) and index.

Introduction : illiberal peace and authoritarian conflict management : empirical and theoretical contexts -- History, memory and the quest for conflict resolution in southern Kyrgyzstan and the Ferghana Valley / Jeff Sahadeo -- China's approach to countering religious extremism among Uyghurs in Xinjiang / Adam Jones -- Women and literature in Azerbaijan : creative literacy as an asset model of peace-building / Alison Mandaville -- A negative post-liberal peace? : inquiring the embeddedness of everyday forms of peace in Central Asia / Philipp Lottholz -- "Everyday peace" in Jabbor Rasulov, Tajikistan : local social order and possibilities for a local turn in peace building / Khushbakht Hojiev and Anna Kriekemeyer -- Nation-building in Central Asia : towards a new ethnic policy / Valeriy Khan -- Clashes of universalisms : Xinjiang, Tianxia and changing world order in 19th century / Zhiguang Yin -- Spatial security during ethnic riots in Osh : how spatial factors and the built environment affect the local dynamics of violence and neighborhood security / Joldon Kutmanaliev -- Bottom-up peacekeeping in southern Kyrgyzstan : how local actors managed to prevent the spread of violence from Osh/Jalal-Abad to Aravan, June 2010 / Alisher Khamidov, Nick Megoran and John Heathershaw -- Conflict management, extractive industries, and the 2014 Iiternational military exit strategy in Afghanistan / Timor Sharan and Srinjoy Bose -- Positive incentives to stop insurgency? : Russian conciliatory tactics in the North Caucasus / Elena Zhirukhina.

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