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Liberal peace transitions

Oliver P. Richmond

Liberal peace transitions

between statebuilding and peacebuilding

by Oliver P. Richmond

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Published by Edinburgh University Press in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peace-building,
  • Peace-building -- Case studies,
  • Nation-building,
  • Nation-building -- Case studies,
  • Liberalism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 216-224) and index.

    StatementOliver P. Richmond and Jason Franks.
    GenreCase studies
    ContributionsFranks, Jason, 1969-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ5538 .R525 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 230 p. ;
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24054357M
    ISBN 100748638768
    ISBN 109780748638765
    LC Control Number2009675447

    Since the early s, the projects of peace-building and state-building have increasingly been integrated. Since the early s, this has been mainly an outcome of the United States' and the United Kingdom's support for an active, muscular and humanitarian internationalism. This book examines the nature of ‘liberal peace’ — the common aim of the international community's .   From liberal to popular peace? Kate Belgrave journalist and author of a forthcoming book on the UK benefits system. Liberal peace transitions: a rethink is urgent.

    Transformative peace operations fall short of achieving the modern political order sought in post-conflict countries because the interventions themselves empower post-conflict elites intent on forging a neopatrimonial political order. The Peacebuilding Puzzle explains the Cited by: 4. Liberal Peace Transitions: Between Statebuilding and Peacebuilding: Richmond, Oliver, Franks, Jason: Books -

    The present book uses Sri Lanka's failed attempt at negotiating peace with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, to examine the politics of state and market reforms towards liberal peace. Sri Lanka is seen as a critical case that demonstrates key characteristics and shortcomings of liberal peace, vividly demonstrated by internationally Price: $ Liberal Peace Transitions: A Rethink is Urgent. By Oliver P. Richmond. From the ground, for many of its recipients, the various iterations of this liberal peace project have taken on a colonial appearance. It has become illiberal and has provoked a range of responses: political elites have mouthed cooperation while corrupting the system.


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Liberal Peace Transitions. Book Description: This book examines the nature of 'liberal peace': the common aim of the international community's approach to post-conflict statebuilding.

Adopting a Liberal peace transitions book critical stance on this one-size-fits-all paradigm, it explores the process by breaking down liberal peace theory into its constituent. In Liberal Peace Transitions (Edinburgh University Press) examined how, in the cases of Bosnia, Kosovo, Timor Leste, Cambodia, and the Middle East, liberal peacebuilding had collapsed into the altogether less ambitious statebuilding project and, in any case, had failed to produce democracy, rights, and justice.

These internationally backed transitions, variously described as. This study explores the interplay of local peace agency with the (neo)liberal peacebuilding project. And it looks at how far can local ‘peace formation’ dynamics can go to counteract the forces of violence and play a role in rebuilding the state, consolidate peace processes and induce a more progressive form of politics.

This book, newly available in paperback, examines the nature of 'liberal peace': the common aim of the international community's approach to post-conflict statebuilding. Adopting a particularly critical stance on this one-size-fits-all par.

This book examines the nature of 'liberal peace': the common aim of the international community's approach to post-conflict statebuilding. Adopting a particularly critical stance on this one-size-fits-all paradigm, it explores the process by breaking down liberal peace theory into its constituent parts: democratisation, free market reform and development, human rights, civil.

This might be called a post-liberal peace. Such processes are examined in this book in a range of different cases of peacebuilding and statebuilding since the end of the Cold War. This book will be of interest to students of peacebuilding, peacekeeping, peace and conflict studies, international organisations and IR/Security Studies.

This book examines the nature of "liberal peace," the international community's approach to post-conflict statebuilding. Critiquing this one-size-fits-all paradigm, the authors break down liberal peace theory into its constituent parts: democratization, free market reform and development, human rights, civil society, and the rule of law.

Liberal Peace Transitions Between Statebuilding and Peacebuilding. First Edition. Oliver Richmond and Jason Franks. Published by Edinburgh University Press. critically interrogates the theory, experience, and current outcomes of liberal peacebuilding; includes five empirically-informed case studies: Cambodia, Kosovo, East Timor, Bosnia and the.

Post-Liberal Peace Transitions Between Peace Formation and State Formation Oliver P. Richmond and Sandra Pogodda.

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Adopting a particularly critical stance on this. The contributors to A Liberal Peace have analytically shown that liberal peace mostly focuses heavily on external liberation and liberators which could easily become dangerous without sufficient inputs from internal activists and activism.

The book provided me the opportunity to see what liberal peace truly is - a given instead of being a gift!Cited by: Request PDF | Liberal peace transitions: Between statebuilding and peacebuilding | This book, newly available in paperback, examines the nature of 'liberal peace': the common aim of the.

Comprising essays by Michael W. Doyle, Liberal Peace examines the special significance of liberalism for international relations. The volume begins by outlining the two legacies of liberalism in international relations - how and why liberal states have maintained peace among themselves while at the same time being prone to making war against non-liberal states.

Oliver P. Richmond is a Professor in the School of International Relations, University of St. Andrews, UK, and Director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies.

His publications include The Transformation of Peace (), Peace in International Relations (Routledge, ) and Liberal Peace Transitions (with Jason Franks, ). Liberal peace transitions: a rethink is urgent many now agree that this liberal peace is itself in crisis now.

The shock of conflict has been used to liberalise, modernise, marketise, develop. This book explores the interplay of local peace agency with the (neo)liberal peacebuilding project. It looks at how far local ‘peace formation’ dynamics can go to counteract the forces of violence and play a role in rebuilding the state, consolidate peace processes and induce a more progressive form of politics.

A post-liberal peace: Eirenism and the everyday versions of social science, which have become the main vehicles for work on politics, economics, law, and development in.

3. Gëzim Visoka (), ‘Peace Multitudes: Liberal Peace, Local Agency, and Peace Formation in Kosovo’, in Oliver P. Richmond and Sandra Pogodda (eds), Post-Liberal Peace Transitions, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp.

This chapter examines the pitfalls of liberal peace in Kosovo, traces different forms and examples of local critical agency. 'This book offers a state of the art collection of different positions on the liberal peace problematic and is an essential instrument for scholars and students of international intervention.' Laura Zanotti, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Virginia Tech.

This book examines how the liberal peace experiment of the post-Cold War environment has failed to connect with its target populations, which have instead set about transforming it according to their own local l peacebuilding has caused a range of unintended consequences.

These emerge from the liberal peaceâe(tm)s internal contradictions, from its .This book, newly available in paperback, examines the nature of 'liberal peace': the common aim of the international community's approach to post-conflict statebuilding.

Adopting a particularly critical stance on this one-size-fits-all paradigm, it explores the process by breaking down liberal peace theory into its constituent parts: democratisation, free market reform and development.

Oliver P. Richmond Oliver Richmond is a Professor in the Department of International Relations, University of St. Andrews. He is currently working on a major research project on Liberal Peace Transitions and a book entitled, Cited by: