Truth Commission: Commission for Peace Duration: 2000 – 2002 Charter: Resolución de la Presidencia de la República No. 858/200 Commissioners: 6 Report: Public report
A Very Political Economy spares no political sensitivities in its dissection of the aid process, but also argues persuasively that without international assistance there would have been no Palestinian Authority left to negotiate with, and no peace process to revive.
Summary A peaceful and undivided Europe must include both the United States and Russia if it is to be stable and successful over time. The United States wants a Europe that is a reliable strategic partner in trade and security issues, both in the region and potentially elsewhere. There can be considerable flexibility of form in the way this "single security community" of Europe arranges itself.
Picking up where Minorities at Risk left off, Peoples Versus States offers an expanded and updated perspective on ethnic and nationalist conflict throughout the world, as well as efforts to manage it.
This book recounts the diplomacy that brought an end to great power involvement in Indochina, including the negotiations for a UN peace process in Cambodia and construction of a “road map” for normalizing U.S.-Vietnam relations.
A compelling, inspiring account of peacemaking in action,Watching the Wind takes us to the front lines of South Africa's struggle to manage the tempestuous transition from apartheid to democracy.
Summary The NATO intervention in Kosovo reinforced ongoing trends in the alliance such as the establishment of a European Security and Defense Identity (ESDI) and the growing gap in military capabilities between Europe and the United States. At the same time, the crisis in Kosovo marked a turning point for Europe, which acknowledged that violence and conflict were no longer acceptable in the "new" Europe--even on its periphery.
Elspeth Simpson Pulaski Academy Little Rock, AR Coordinators: Mr. William Topich and Ms. Ginger Kidd Promoting Global and Regional Security in the Post-Cold War World The post-cold War world presents an interesting paradox. Conflicts are becoming increasingly local while the world is becoming increasingly interconnected: although conflicts are on a smaller scale, their ramifications affect all nations. In addition, better technology means that the American public is better informed an...
This guide from the 2000 National Peace Essay Contest contains lesson plans, bibliographic materials, a case study of the Spanish-American War, a factual examination of contemporary conflicts, and classroom exercises centered on key concepts in international peace and foreign policy.
This simulation focuses on a brief phase in the Paris Peace Talks when the U.S., North Vietnam, South Vietnam, and the Soviet Union are meeting in Paris to salvage peace in Vietnam.