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Duclos, Nathalie

War Veterans in Postwar Situations

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Rethinking the Former Combatants’ Return to Civilian Life
Nathalie Duclos

Part 1. Veterans’ Habitus of War, Brutalization of Societies?

2. A “Chechen Syndrome”? Russian Veterans of the Chechen War and the Transposition of War Violence to Society
Anne Huérou, Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski

3. The Return of the Conscripts—A Vector for the Construction of a National Security Regime in Turkey?
Sümbül Kaya

4. Reintegrating Civilian Life after Combat: Between Invisibility and Resistance. The Experience of the Ronderas in Peru
Camille Boutron

5. Paramilitary Demobilization and the Return of Violence in Colombia
Sophie Daviaud

Part 2. Process of Reintegration, Cultural Demobilization?

6. A Veteran’s Challenge: From the Test of War to the American Dream
Béatrice Richard

7. The Position of Former Combatants, French Authorities, and Public Opinion Vis-à-Vis German Prisoners of War (1944–1949)
Fabien Théofilakis

8. The “Recycled” Militiaman: An Examination of the Postwar Reconversion of Four Former Members of a Serbian Armed Group
Samuel Tanner

9. Museveni’s Best Enemies: Dilemmas and Political Uses of the Reintegration of Former Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) Commanders in Northern Uganda
Sandrine Perrot

Part 3. From Military Combat to Political Struggle: Reconversion or Continuity?

10. From the Great War to Democracy: Former Combatants and the Sardinian Autonomist Movement
Christophe Roux

11. The Postwar Period in Chechnya: When Spoilers Jeopardize the Emerging Chechen State (1996–1999)
Aude Merlin

12. A “Warrior” Generation? Political Violence and Subjectivation of Young Militamen in Ivory Coast
Richard Banégas

13. Conclusion
Nathalie Duclos

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Terrorism and Political Violence, Crime and Society, International Relations, Military and Defence Studies, Sociology, general, Political Science

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
The Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy
Page amount
309 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137109743
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-34417-8

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