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Reconciliation in East Timor 17 run by an all Timorese Commission with assistance from international staff. The Reception part related to the strength of a local process of acolihimento (reception-welcome-reintegration) that chose to give emphasis to the reception, reintegration and forgiveness to militia

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping
Failing states share characteristics of inadequate structural competency, including, inter alia, the inability to advance human welfare and security. Economic inequalities and corruption are present, as well as a loss of legitimacy and reduced social cohesion. Failure of rule of law is manifested in areas of judicial adjudication, security, reduced territorial control and systemic political instability. The international community often confronts these challenges in a manner that actually complicates issues further through lack of consensus among state actors. Consequently, a new and emerging concept of sovereignty requires review in terms of the postmodern state.

Through scholarly consideration, State Legitimacy and Failure in International Law evaluates gaps in structural competency that precipitate state failure and examines the resulting consequences for the world community
Editor: Eytan Gilboa
This is the first book to focus on media and conflict - primarily international conflict - from multidisciplinary, cross-national and cross-cultural perspectives. Twenty-two contributors from around the globe present original and thought provoking research on media and conflict in the United States, Central America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Russia, and Asia.
Media and Conflict includes works both on the traditional print and electronic media and on new media including the Internet. It explores the role media play in different phases of conflict determined by goal and structure including conflict management, conflict resolution, and conflict transformation.


Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.
Editor: Eytan Gilboa
This is the first book to focus on media and conflict - primarily international conflict - from multidisciplinary, cross-national and cross-cultural perspectives. Twenty-two contributors from around the globe present original and thought provoking research on media and conflict in the United States, Central America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Russia, and Asia.
Media and Conflict includes works both on the traditional print and electronic media and on new media including the Internet. It explores the role media play in different phases of conflict determined by goal and structure including conflict management, conflict resolution, and conflict transformation.



Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

rice, is now a net exporter. Taiwan also helped the Dominican Republic establish a police administration security advisory system. Although willing and able to assist its allies, Taiwan is opposed to dollar diplomacy. We feel that the world is moving toward reconciliation and dialogue. The

In: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, Volume 36, (2018)
Clan societies differ substantially from Western democratic states. Clan societies are based around the extended family. Honour and solidarity are important, which is reflected in nepotism and blood revenge. However, a more positive aspect of clan societies is the use of reconciliation to solve conflicts. This guarantees that parties to a conflict can cooperate in the future. When intervening in a clan based society it is important to be aware of the differences compared to Western democracy. Based on theory and practice the cases of Afghanistan, Iraq, Albania and Chechnya are investigated. This book explains clan society and provides tools to facilitate state building and democratization in clan based societies for those who intervene, aimed at conflict resolution and democratization.

in peacemaking are being developed. Religious peacemakers have constructed a variety of approaches to incorporate religious norms, values, texts and ideas into peacemaking processes. Al Qurtuby notes that some have used religious concepts of forgiveness to enhance reconciliation processes, while

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy

which were signed at Guatemala City on 29 December 1996 and which, with the overall package of peace accords signed in Madrid, Mexico City, Oslo and Stockholm, put a definitive end to the Guatemalan internal conflict and will foster national reconciliation and economic develop- ment, 1. Decides, in

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

broker an agreement before the scheduled formation of a government of national reconciliation on January 23. (1'L, 14 January) 12 February The UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, recom- mended that the Security Council extend the peace-keeping mission in Angola by only one month if the Angolans fail to

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

in promoting: the reconciliation of various ethnic and political groups, mutual understand- ing, as well as multi-cultural and multi-ethnic co-operation. In February 1996 UNPREDEP was established as an independent mission, with basically the same mandate, strength and composition of forces, reporting

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping