Approaches to peace: an intellectual map
United States Institute of Peace, 1991 - Political Science - 413 pages
A comprehensive, one-volume exploration of the peace and security field, this volume presents detailed investigations of four major approaches employed in the study of conflict and peacemaking.
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Deterrence and Collective Security
Diplomacy and Negotiation
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