Journeys through conflict: narratives and lessons

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2001 - Law - 462 pages
Journeys Through Conflict is the story of the Conflict Early Warning Systems (CEWS) project of the International Social Science Research Council. It relates the history of the project, presents its empirically grounded approach to anticipating violent conflict, and shows how the approach may be extended to other social science research arenas. Journeys Through Conflict projects alternate pathways to war and peace by a unique coding, graphing, and computational procedure that takes into account both contested conflict histories and future conflict resolutions.

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Ted Robert Gurr, professor of political science at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is the author of numerous books, including "Why Men Rebel" (1970), which received the Woodrow Wilson Award, and coauthor of "The Politics of Crime and Conflict: A Comparative History of Four Cities" (1977). Desmond S. King, lecturer in politics at the University of Edinburgh, is the author of "The New Right: Politics, Markets and Citizenship,"

Rupesinghe is Secretary General of the London-based International Alert.

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