4 edition of Violence and peace-building in the Middle East found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Mariʹon Mushkat.|
|Contributions||Mushkat, Marion., Makhon ha-Yiśreʼeli li-yeḥasim benleʼumiyim.|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .V56 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||82176487|
Read "Conflict and Peace Building in Divided Societies Responses to Ethnic Violence" by Anthony Oberschall available from Rakuten Kobo. This groundbreaking book provides an integrated account of ethnic, nationality and sectarian conflicts in the contempora Brand: Taylor And Francis. These questions divide experts in the East and West. The fundamental question is whether religious identity now trumps other identities, including ethnicity, tribe, and national affiliation. If so, because the religious difference is, by its nature, unresolvable, this would mean the violence now sweeping the Middle East is intractable. Mohammed Abu-Nimer is an American expert on conflict resolution and dialogue for peace. He is a full professor at the American University School of International Service in International Peace and Conflict Resolution in Washington, DC, the largest . 2. Changing Patterns of Peasant Protest in the Middle East, , by Edmund Burke III 3. Rural Unrest in the Ottoman Empire, , by Donald Quataert 4. Violence in Rural Syria in the s and s: State Centralization, Rural Integration, and the World Market, by Linda Schatkowski Schilcher 5.
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Under the auspices of the Israeli Institute for the Study of International Affairs a diverse group of Israelis, Europeans and Africans, plus two Arabs, came together in Munich to talk about peace.
The papers they discussed make a strange mixture of reflections on peace terms, negotiation, international law, Arab-African relations, and other subjects. Get this from a library. Violence and peace-building in the Middle East: proceedings of a symposium held by the Israeli Institute for the Study of International Affairs (I.I.S.I.A.).
[Marion Mushkat; Makhon ha-Yiśreʼeli li-yeḥasim benleʼumiyim.;]. Author by: Haim Yacobi Languange: en Publisher by: Routledge Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 93 Total Download: File Size: 52,8 Mb Description: Presenting the current debate about cities in the Middle East from Sana’a, Beirut and Jerusalem to Cairo, Marrakesh and Gaza, the book explores urban planning and policy, migration, gender and.
Nonviolence and Peacebuilding in Islamic: Theory and Practice. of these values and principles of peace building, the book analyzes three case studies, drawing from the political, sociocultural Author: Mohammed Abu-Nimer.
A year after popular uprisings began to sweep several North African authoritarian regimes from power, the United States Institute of Peace is deeply engaged in efforts to manage conflict and promote peace in the region. Steven Riskin, a Middle East specialist at USIP, will lead a public conversation on developments in the Middle East and USIP’s work at p.m.
on Thursday. Journal of Women and Human Rights in the Middle East operation into Gaza began on July 8, They had to search for food under continued bombardment, which sometimes hit schools and resulted in the loss of their children.
Over 1, Palestinians were killed in the conflict, and another 6, were injured. Many of them were children. "Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam" has helped me tremendously in understanding the tradition of nonviolence and conflict resolution in Islam and Abu-Nimer is to be thanked for this.
I can recommend it to anyone interested in religion and peace issues. Religion is a mighty power. Our future could depend on us treating it by: In the wake of 9/11 and the invasion and occupation of Iraq by the United States and Great Britain, and the often flippant, cursory, and dangerous way in which Islam and Muslims are portrayed in the United States and much of the West, with "bookstores in the US [__] filled with screeds bearing screaming headlines about Islam and terror," this.
In addition to many examples from the last two decades, Oberschall provides a comprehensive overview of the conflict and peace processes in Bosnia, Northern Ireland and the Middle East.
Oberschall analyzes: peace building through constitutional design ; power sharing governance ; disarming combatants, post-accord security and refugee returnCited by: Read "Peace-building in Israel and Palestine Social Psychology and Grassroots Initiatives" by J.
Chaitin available from Rakuten Kobo. This book presents an overview of psycho-social research on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, presents and analyzes peop Violence and peace-building in the Middle East book Palgrave Macmillan US.
Part II, on the Middle East, covers the importance of consanguinity on domestic violence in Egypt and Jordan, the effects of physical abuse on reproductive health, and the link between political.
In addition to many examples from the last two decades, Oberschall provides a comprehensive overview of the conflict and peace processes in Bosnia, Northern Ireland and the Middle East. Oberschall analyzes: peace building through constitutional design ; power sharing governance ; disarming combatants, post-accord security and refugee returnCited by: The Power of Civil Society in the Middle East and North Africa book.
Peace-building, Change, and Development. This book will be of particular interest to researchers working on development, peace-building, conflict resolution, civil society, and politics within the MENA region.
This groundbreaking book provides an integrated account of ethnic, nationality and sectarian conflicts in the contemporary world including the role of collective myths, the mass media and the ethnification of identities as contributors to ethnic conflicts and wars.
In addition to many examples from the last two decades, Oberschall provides a comprehensive overview of. In its seminal World Report on Violence and Health, WHO described violence as a public health problem, estimated its scope and magnitude, and categorized it into self-directed, interpersonal and collective violence.
The WHO called upon public health professionals to become more engaged in examining the causes and. SOAS Library is one of the world's most important academic libraries for the study of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, attracting scholars from all over the world.
The Library houses over million volumes, together with significant archival holdings, special collections and a growing network of electronic resources. This book investigates the power of civil society in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), in the context of the post-Arab Spring era, as well as more long-standing challenges and constraints in the region.
In recent years, local civil society actors. University Press of Florida Book: Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam. Contributors: Mohammed Abu-Nimer. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Middle East - Political Science. The Praxis Institute for Social Justice was commissioned to review the state of the field, identify lessons learned, and contemplate future directions of work in the area of gender, conflict, and peacebuilding.
A review of relevant USIP grantmaking—spanning more than projects with gender dimensions—was compiled to complement the report. By Michelle Maiese September Additional insights into peacebuilding are offered by Beyond Intractability project participants.
What it Means to Build a Lasting Peace It should be noted at the outset that there are two distinct ways to understand peacebuilding. According the United Nations (UN) document An Agenda for Peace , peacebuilding consists of a wide range of.
CRS’ justice and peacebuilding programs engage civil society and the public and private sectors to foster inclusion, equity and accountability. They focus on both peacebuilding and post-conflict recovery.
Our peacebuilding programs are conflict sensitive, aiming to minimize potential harm and maximize social benefits for all.
They are also gender sensitive, helping to reduce. Conflict and Peace Building in Divided Societies: Responses to ethnic violence Ant Oberschall This groundbreaking book provides an integrated account of ethnic, nationality and sectarian conflicts in the contemporary world including the role of collective myths, the mass media and the ethnification of identities as contributors to ethnic.
From War to Democracy: Dilemmas of Peace Building edited by Anna K. Jarstad and Timothy D. Sisk. Cambridge University Press,pp. That democracy and peace go hand in hand is a long-cherished assumption.
Immanuel Kant’s essay, “Perpetual Peace,” introduced the idea that the spread of democratic government (that, according to Kant, all. This book covers the military, legal and moral dilemmas of: fighting insurgencies and counterinsurgencies for states fighting non-state insurgents and terrorists (in the Occupied Territories, Balkan wars, Afghanistan, Iraq), external interventions by states and the UN, the shortcomings of humanitarian intervention (in Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur Author: Oberschall, Anthony.
Middle East. A final report is expected in February The. Global Fragility and Violence Reduction Act may address violent extremism, among other drivers of violent conflict. Resources: Violent Conflict & Terrorism • Global Terrorism Index (Institute for Economics and Peace) • CVE Digest (Alliance for Peacebuilding), including.
Non-Violence and Peace-Building in Islam - Hardly a day passes without the media reporting some violent barbarity somewhere in the world being committed in the name of Islam. Today, Books and Documents, Mohsin Khan, New Age Islam, New Age Islam. Violence against woman is a taboo topic in the Middle East, a region where family and social appearances are a fundamental part of the society.
Private problems are not to be discussed in public. Women’s rights in the region are at the mercy of religious, cultural and political powers. Get this from a library.
Conflict and peace building in divided societies: responses to ethnic violence. [Anthony Oberschall] -- Combining theory with detailed examples and case studies, this title is an analysis of conflict and conciliation in protracted insurgency and civil war in societies divided on ethnicity, religion.
In addition to many examples from the last two decades, Oberschall provides a comprehensive overview of the conflict and peace processes in Bosnia, Northern Ireland and the Middle East. Oberschall analyzes: peace building through constitutional design ; power sharing governance ; disarming combatants, post-accord security and refugee return.
Editorial: Special Issue of Journal Global Public Health on Violent Conflict and Population Health in the Middle East, July Ongoing projects: Yale’s University Violence and Health Group, co-founded by Drs.
Bandy Lee and Kaveh Khoshnood, functions as a center of expertise for the integration of science, practice, and policy in the area. This book is especially for you, children and young people, who want to know how other people of your age are doing peace building.
The stories (in this book) come from children and young people in 24 countries in Asia, South East Europe and the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.
The reader may ‘visit’ the countries to see what has been done and achieved by peace building. This book is especially for you, children and young people, who want to know how other people of your age are doing peace building. The stories come from children and young people in Asia, South East Europe and the Middle East; Africa and Latin America.
These stories were shared during regional workshops in and the beginning of This article deals with peace-building activities in the context of the intractable conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Scores of people-to-people projects were conducted after the September signing of the Oslo peace accords, but these projects did not seem to prevent the collapse of the peace process and the re-emergence of severe violence between Cited by: Peacebuilding is an activity that aims to resolve injustice in nonviolent ways and to transform the cultural & structural conditions that generate deadly or destructive revolves around developing constructive personal, group, and political relationships across ethnic, religious, class, national, and racial boundaries.
This process includes violence prevention; conflict. POLITICAL VIOLENCE 2. PEACE-BUILDING Added entry(s): 1. Berdal, Mats R., ed. Suhrke, Astri, ed. Notes: Includes index. 'This volume examines the causes and purposes of 'post-conflict' violence.
Then end of a war is generally expected to be followed by an end to collective violence, as the term. This important exposé is intended to rescue their story from being wiped from history by the media’s simplistic news soundbites and clichés, shedding light on the Palestinian’s suffering, violence and dispossession with a goal of restoring them to the center of the discussion about Palestine, the Holy Land and peace in the Middle East.
(Dying to Forget – Oil, Power, Palestine, & the Foundations of U.S. policy in the Middle East. Irene L. Gendzier. Columbia University Press, New York, ) Many books discuss the transition of. Environmental peace building in the Middle East. by James Larson, Earth Institute, Columbia University, Earth Institute, Columbia UniversityAuthor: James Larson.
On Violence Control and Sustainable Peace Building in the Middle East Luc Reychler1 Abstract The peace policy of Israel and the USA-UK is a failure. It is riddled with paradoxes: (1) anti –terrorism, also deemed ‘barbarism’, is significantly more violent than terrorism, (2) a considerable mass of world public opinion consider.
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Their purpose would be to create a powerful coalition of interests that has a strong incentive to bring about peace in the Middle East. Peace Bonds would be issued on the open market and would become redeemable for a fixed sum only when the number of people killed or injured by inter- communal violence in the Middle East reached a very low level.Drawing on examples from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, this chapter discusses the various forms of violence that women face in armed conflict.
They include: Violence as part of the motives and/or tactics of war: ―[women‘s] bodies become a battleground over which opposing forces struggle.
Women are raped as a way to.The challenge of effectively building and sustaining peace has reemerged on the agenda of the United Nations as a priority issue. An Advisory Group of Experts concluded in their June Report that peacebuilding has been largely left as an afterthought in the organizations work, under-emphasized, under-prioritized and under-resourced.
The report suggested a change of .