Cooper, Neil

Whose Peace? Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Peacebuilding

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Michael Pugh, Neil Cooper, Mandy Turner

Part I. The Political Economy of Liberal War and Peace

2. The Political Economy of Peace Processes
Jan Selby

3. The Gendered Impact of Peace
Donna Pankhurst

4. Neoliberalism Versus Peacebuilding in Iraq
Eric Herring

Part II. Trade

5. Trading with Security: Trade Liberalisation and Conflict
Susan Willett

6. Corporate Social Responsibility
Salil Tripathi

7. As Good as it Gets: Securing Diamonds in Sierra Leone
Neil Cooper

Part III. Employment

8. From Waging War to Peace Work: Labour and Labour Markets
Christopher Cramer

9. Employment, Labour Rights and Social Resistance
Michael Pugh

10. Securitising the Economy of Reintegration in Liberia
Kathleen M. Jennings

Part IV. Diasporas

11. Three Discourses on Diasporas and Peacebuilding
Mandy Turner

12. Diaspora Engagement in Peacebuilding: Empirical and Theoretical Challenges
Kenneth Bush

13. Rwandese Diasporas and the Reconstruction of a Fragile Peace
Rebecca Davies

Part V. Borderlands and the Cartography of Violent Economies

14. War, Peace and the Places in Between: Why Borderlands are Central
Jonathan Goodhand

15. Microfinance and Borderlands: Impacts of ‘Local Neoliberalism’
Milford Bateman

16. Potential Difference: Internal Borderlands in Africa
Stephen Jackson

Part VI. Civil Society

17. Welfare and the Civil Peace: Poverty with Rights?
Oliver P. Richmond

18. Peace Constituencies in Peacebuilding: The Mesas de Concertación in Guatemala
Cécile Mouly

19. El Salvador: The Limits of a Violent Peace
Mo Hume

Part VII. Global Governance

20. Post-Conflict Statebuilding: Governance Without Government
David Chandler

21. The UN Peacebuilding Commission: The Rise and Fall of a Good Idea
Mats Berdal

22. Material Reproduction and Stateness in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Berit Bliesemann Guevara

23. Conclusion: The Political Economy of Peacebuilding — Whose Peace? Where Next?
Michael Pugh, Neil Cooper, Mandy Turner

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, International Relations, Economic Policy, Political Economy, Military and Defence Studies, Development Studies, Peace Studies

Publication year
New Security Challenges Series
Page amount
425 pages
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