The Psychology of Resolving Global Conflicts: Interventions

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Mari Fitzduff, Chris E. Stout
Praeger Security International, 2006 - Peace - 952 pages
These volumes present issues of war, conflict resolution, and stable peace. They explain how men and women are transformed into perpetrators of genocide, how neighbors become sworn enemies, the cultural and psychological origins of war, and even the neuropsychology of conflict. An exploration of what a successful war means for stakeholders holds profound implications for what a victory in the war against terrorism would look like.

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Creative Approaches to Reconciliation

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