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Peace Operation Success (häftad)

Peace Operation Success

A Comparative Analysis

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Peace Operation Success: A Comparative Analysis addresses the critical need to understand when peace operations are effective and when they are failing, in order to identify the potential need for new approaches. In a field which often relies on vague benchmarks, editors Daniel Druckman and Paul Diehl offer one of the few systematic efforts at assessing peacekeeping success. The essays in this volumes use the framework provided in their award-winning book, Evaluating Peace Operations, for application to several recent cases of peace operations. The result is not only a greater understanding of those operations, but also a range of real world suggestions for how the framework might be tailored for use in different contexts.
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Daniel Druckman is Professor of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University, USA and has been a distinguished scholar at several universities in Australia. He has published widely on topics ranging from international negotiation to electronic mediation and nonverbal communication, including the award-winning "Doing Research: Methods of Inquiry for Conflict Analysis" (SAGE, 2005). Paul F. Diehl is Henning Larsen Professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois, USA. Some of his recent books include International Mediation (Polity Press, 2102), The Dynamics of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2010), and Peace Operations (Polity, 2008).