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POLITICA
VIOLENCE AFTER WAR. EXPLAINING INSTABILITY IN POST-CONFLICT STATES
VIOLENCE AFTER WAR. EXPLAINING INSTABILITY IN POST-CONFLICT STATES
2014
448
TELA
978-1-4214-1257-3
ENGLISH

sinopsis

Michael Boyle shows how mistaken, and potentially dangerous, is the view that the formal end of war also marks an end to violence. Expertly pulling together evidence from a wide range of era-defining case studies, he unravels the 'complex mix of personal, criminal, and political violence' that is a feature, albeit to varying degrees and assuming different forms, of all, so-called, 'post-conflict' societies. In doing so, he has provided policy makers and students of violent conflict alike with important conceptual tools for the analysis of 'post-conflict' violence more generally. Violence after War deserves a wide readership.


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