After the Peace: Resistance and Reconciliation
Robert L. Rothstein
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1999 - Political Science - 265 pages
"The fragile peace agreements of the post-Cold War years that have sought to resolve protracted conflicts fall well short of being genuine, stable settlements. This volume is concerned with how those agreements might be strengthened and, especially, how best to conceptualize the period after a tentative peace has been negotiated"--BOOK JACKET.
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