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Keeping Peace in Troubled Times

Perspectives from Different Disciplines on War and Peace

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  • Includes in-depth discussions on the status of women in war situations
  • Offers diverse insights into effective peacebuilding efforts
  • Provides a comprehensive overview of interdisciplinary approaches

Part of the book series: Contributions to International Relations (CIR)

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This interdisciplinary anthology offers both theoretical reflections and empirical data on past, present and possible future war and crisis situations. In addition, against the background of the authors' academic and practical experience in the field of international political observation and consultancy, proposals are formulated for peacekeeping in crisis regions and with regard to extreme environments. Furthermore it addresses sensory and aesthetic perceptions of war and peace. Unlike other books on the subject, this contributed volume seeks solutions for lasting peace from various fields that could help improve quality of life for people around the world – especially in heterogeneous societies, which are often shaken by religious, ethnic or political crises.


Table of contents (14 chapters)

Editors and Affiliations

  • KFIBS, Brühl, Germany

    Nina Käsehage

About the editor

Associate Professor Dr. Nina Käsehage is a non-resident senior researcher at the Department of Theology of Religions & Religious Studies at the Faculty of Roman Catholic Theology at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main (Germany) and Vice Chair of the Cologne Forum for International Relations and Security Politics (KFIBS).

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