The Nordic peace

edited by Clive Archer, Pertti Joenniemi

An authoritative account concerning the lack of conflict in the Nordic region, this text evaluates why the area is more peaceful than the rest of Europe and whether there is a lesson to be learned from the area. Looking at cases where parts of the Nordic area have started to break away from the others and how this was achieved without violence, it also explores the settlement of demarcation disputes. By using this region as an example for the rest of Europe, this book tests the hypothesis of the Nordic Peace using a number of approaches including historical, political science, peace research, sociology and law. This piece of research is relevant for courses in international relations and European studies.

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  • The case of Norway and Sweden, Magnus Ericson
  • Denmark's peaceful release of Iceland, Gunnar Karlsson
  • The Faroe Islands: the birth of a new micro state?, Lise Lyck
  • Greenland and the challenges for the Danish realm, Lise Lyck
  • The Aland Island issue, Pertti Joenniemi
  • The Hessel episode, H kan Wiberg
  • The Icelandic-Norwegian maritime conflicts, Tore Henriksen
  • Schleswig/Slesvig and the minority question, Jorgen Kuhl
  • The language issue in Finland, Henrik Stenius
  • The non-autonomous minority groups in the Nordic countries, Lauri Hannikainen and Sia Spiliopoulou Akermark
  • Norden beyond security community, Pertti Joenniem.

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書名 The Nordic peace
著作者等 Archer, Clive
Joenniemi, Pertti
出版元 Ashgate
刊行年月 c2003
ページ数 viii, 217 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0754614174
NCID BA63083196
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス