About this book
This book argues that understanding truces is crucial for our ability to wind down wars. We have paid too much attention to the idea of permanent peace, yet few conflicts end in this way. The book describes how truce makers think, which truces can be morally justified and provides a philosophical history of truce making in the Western tradition.
Truce Ceasefire Armistice Containment Reconciliation Realism Peace War Conflict Management Modus Vivendi George Kennan Edmund Burke Spanish Civil War American Civil War Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Gaza Civil War conflict conflict management conflicts morality