Despite nationalist conflicts : theory and practice of maintaining world peace

Kristen P. Williams

Williams explores the effectiveness of various types of responses and strategies available to states when faced with demands for territorial revisions. She examines the situations surrounding the 19th-century unification of Germany, the breakup of Yugoslavia and the strife in Bosnia and Kosovo, and the ongoing struggle over the fate of Kashmir. The type of demand for territorial revisions, she argues, and the responses determine whether the outcome will be peace or war. While states should deter those states or groups that are imperialist, she points to the utility of pursuing a firm-but-flexible strategy toward those that are consolidationists. This analysis will be of considerable value to scholars, students, and policy makers involved with issues of contemporary nationalism, ethnic politics, and international relations.

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This text explores the effectiveness of various types of responses and strategies available to states faced with demands for territorial revisions. It examines the situations surrounding the 19th century unification of Germany, the break up of Yugoslavia and the strife in Bosnia.

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書名 Despite nationalist conflicts : theory and practice of maintaining world peace
著作者等 Williams, Kristen P.
Williams Kristin P.
出版元 Praeger
刊行年月 2001
ページ数 viii, 214 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0275969347
0275969339
NCID BA52221221
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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