Resolving international conflict : dynamics of escalation, continuation and transformation / edited by Isabel Bramsen, Poul Poder and Ole Waever.
Contributor(s): Bramsen, Isabel | Poder, Poul | Waever, Ole.Material type: BookCall no.: JZ5601 .R47 2019Series: Routledge studies in peace and conflict resolution.Publication: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019Description: xiii, 257 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781138104860 (pbk.); 113810485X; 9781138104853 (hbk.) ; 1138104868 .Subject(s): Conflict management -- International cooperation -- Case studies | Crisis management -- International cooperation -- Case studies | Peace-building -- International cooperation -- Case studies | World politics -- 1989- -- Case studies
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: revitalizing conflict studies / Ole Wæver & Isabel Bramsen -- How conflict escalation happens: three central interaction rituals in conflict / Isabel Bramsen & Poul Poder -- Escalation or de-mobilization? Diverging dynamics of conflict displacement and violent repression in Bahrain and Syria / Isabel Bramsen -- Humiliation dynamics in conflicts in our globalized world / Poul Poder -- Syria's moving images: moral outrage and the role of grassroots videos in conflict escalation / Josepha Ivanka Wessels -- Clergy and conflict intensity: the roles of the Sunni ulama in the Syrian conflict / Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen -- Foreign fighters: violence and modern subjectivity / Dietrich Jung -- Preventing escalation: the international pursuit of conflict transformation in Burundi / Troels Gauslå Engell & Katja Lindskov Jacobsen -- 'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed': institutionalizing radical disagreement and dealing with the past in Northern Ireland / Sara Dybris McQuaid -- Third parties, conflict and conflict resolution: the case of Sudan / Bjørn Møller -- External incentives and conflict de-escalation: negotiating a settlement to Sudan's North-South Civil War / Nikolas Emmanuel -- On the continuation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict / Martin Beck -- Ontological security and the continuation of the Arab-Israeli conflict / Amir Lupovici -- Holding out for the day after tomorrow: futurity, memory and transitional justice evidence in Syria / Sune Haugbolle -- Conclusion / Poul Poder & Isabel Bramsen.
"Resolving International Conflict rethinks the dynamics of conflict escalation and continuation by engaging with research from the wide range of subfields in this area. The book suggests a new framework for understanding conflict as a particular form of situation, interaction and tension. It shows how conflicts are shaped by varied dynamics relating to emotion, securitization, incentives, digital technology, and violence; even attempts at monitoring, resolving or remembering conflicts may end up contributing to their escalation or continuation. Split into two sections, the first part focuses on the question of why and how conflicts escalate, while the second part analyses the continuation of conflict. The book features several case studies of conflict escalation and continuation--in Bahrain, Israel-Palestine, South-Sudan, Northern Ireland and, most prominently, the case of the Syrian uprising and subsequent civil war. Throughout the book, and in particularly in the conclusion, the consequences for conflict transformation are discussed. This work will be of much interest to students of conflict resolution, peace studies, war and conflict studies, security studies and international relations, in general"--
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