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Introduction

  • Oliver P. Richmond
  • Sandra Pogodda
  • Jasmin Ramović

Abstract

Recent developments and debates have outlined the need for more interdisciplinary work in international relations and peace and conflict studies. Scholars, students and policy makers are often disillusioned with universalist and Northern-dominated approaches, in terms of methodology and epistemology.1 Universal blueprints on how to promote, build and sustain peace have to contend with not only ineffective policy designs, but also resistance within their ‘subject’ populations.2 What is needed is a better understanding of the variations of peace and its building blocks, both theoretically, in different academic disciplines, and empirically, across different regions, in order to promote a more differentiated notion of peace based on comparative analysis.3 Such an aim points to significant methodological requirements.4

Keywords

Modern State Transitional Justice Peace Process Structural Violence Peace Movement 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    Vivienne Jabri, Discourses on Violence: Conflict Analysis Reconsidered (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1996);Google Scholar
  2. Kevin Avruch, Context and Pretext in Conflict Resolution: Culture, Identity, Power, and Practice (Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2012).Google Scholar
  3. 2.
    Oliver P. Richmond, A Post-Liberal Peace (London: Routledge, 2011).Google Scholar
  4. 3.
    David Mitrany, A Working Peace System (Oxford: Oxford University Press,1944);Google Scholar
  5. John Burton, World Society (Cambridge University Press, 1972);CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Johan Galtung, Peace by Peaceful Means (London: Sage, 1996).Google Scholar
  7. 4.
    Morgan Brigg and Roland Bleiker, Mediating across Difference: Oceanic and Asian Approaches to Conflict Resolution (Honolulu: University Of Hawaii Press, 2010).Google Scholar

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© Oliver P. Richmond, Sandra Pogodda and Jasmin Ramović 2016

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  • Oliver P. Richmond
  • Sandra Pogodda
  • Jasmin Ramović

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