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Peacebuilding and statebuilding is one of the main approaches for preventing, managing, and mitigating global insecurities; dealing with the humanitarian consequences of civil wars; and expanding democracy and neoliberal economic regimes. Peace formation is a relatively new concept, addressing how local actors attempt to shape or work in parallel to international and national projects. The Oxford Handbook of Peacebuilding, Statebuilding, and Peace Formation serves as an essential guide to this vast intellectual landscape. It offers a systematic overview of conceptual foundations, political…mehr

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Peacebuilding and statebuilding is one of the main approaches for preventing, managing, and mitigating global insecurities; dealing with the humanitarian consequences of civil wars; and expanding democracy and neoliberal economic regimes. Peace formation is a relatively new concept, addressing how local actors attempt to shape or work in parallel to international and national projects. The Oxford Handbook of Peacebuilding, Statebuilding, and Peace Formation serves as an essential guide to this vast intellectual landscape. It offers a systematic overview of conceptual foundations, political implications, and tensions at the global, regional, and local levels, as well as key policies, practices, examples, and discourses underlining all segments of peacebuilding and statebuilding.
Autorenporträt
Oliver P. Richmond is a Research Professor in International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies in the Department of Politics at the University of Manchester, UK. He is International Research Professor at Dublin City University, Ireland; Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Tubingen, Germany; and a Visiting Professor at the University of Coimbra, Portugal. His publications include Grand Design: The Evolution of the International Peace Architecture, Peace Formation and Political Order in Conflict Affected Societies, and Failed Statebuilding. He is editor of the Palgrave book series Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies and co-editor of the journal Peacebuilding. Gëzim Visoka is Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies in the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University. His research focuses on post-conflict peacebuilding and statebuilding, transitional justice, global governance, foreign policy, and diplomatic recognition. He is the co-author of Normalization in World Politics (with Nicolas Lemay-Hébert), and lead co-editor of the Routledge Handbook of State Recognition (with John Doyle and Edward Newman). He is editor of Routledge Studies in Statehood and deputy editor of the journal Peacebuilding.