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The Resource Building states, building peace : global and regional involvement in Sri Lanka and Myanmar, Amaia Sanchez-Cacicedo, (electronic book)

Building states, building peace : global and regional involvement in Sri Lanka and Myanmar, Amaia Sanchez-Cacicedo, (electronic book)

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Building states, building peace : global and regional involvement in Sri Lanka and Myanmar
Title
Building states, building peace
Title remainder
global and regional involvement in Sri Lanka and Myanmar
Statement of responsibility
Amaia Sanchez-Cacicedo
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Sanchez-Cacicedo provides a critique of liberal peacebuilding approaches and of international interventions in statebuilding processes, questioning how 'global' these initiatives are, using case studies from the Asian region including Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
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UK-WkNB
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Sanchez-Cacicedo, Amaia
Dewey number
327.1
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Peace-building
  • Peace-building
  • Nation-building
  • Nation-building
Summary expansion
Emphasizing the regional component of peace- and statebuilding, this book provides an in-depth empirical analysis of external engagament, primarily in Sri Lanka and also in Myanmar. Sanchez-Cacicedo argues that though identified as 'global' forms of involvement, a liberal peacebuilding approach and Western-led international interventions in statebuilding processes lack the necessary legitimacy at local and regional levels. The book specifically explores the lack of consensus between non-regional and regional actors involved in the 2002 peace process and its implications in Sri Lanka; it further looks into the similar situation of external involvement in Myanmar's statebuilding process. Both case studies provide a rich contextual insight into the specificity of external engagement in Asia, against the backdrop of a globally rising China and India, and their evolving neighbourhood policies. Building States, Building Peace highlights how the regional can prevail over the global structure, reconfiguring our views on the optimal ways in which to achieve peace- and statebuilding
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Building states, building peace : global and regional involvement in Sri Lanka and Myanmar, Amaia Sanchez-Cacicedo, (electronic book)
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Contents
PART I: A CRITICAL VIEW ON 'GLOBAL' LIBERAL PEACEBUILDING AND STATEBUILDING 1. Introduction: The Way of Terrain I 2. Challenging Liberal Peacebuilding as Part of Liberal Internationalism PART II: LESSONS FROM THE SRI LANKAN CASE: 2002-09 3. Evolution of the Sri Lankan Conflict up to 2002 4. Sri Lanka's Recent Peace Process and a Military Termination to the Conflict 5. External Involvement in Sri Lanka's 2002 Peace Process PART III: THE REGION TO THE FORE: EXTERNAL INVOLVEMENT IN ASIA 6. Regional Power Shifts in Asia: External Involvement in Intra-State Conflicts 7. The Case of Myanmar: What Role for the Region? PART IV: CONCLUSION 8. Conclusion: What Indeed is Good and Appropriate
Control code
9781137274168
Extent
296 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137274168
Other physical details
2 maps, 2.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.
Label
Building states, building peace : global and regional involvement in Sri Lanka and Myanmar, Amaia Sanchez-Cacicedo, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Contents
PART I: A CRITICAL VIEW ON 'GLOBAL' LIBERAL PEACEBUILDING AND STATEBUILDING 1. Introduction: The Way of Terrain I 2. Challenging Liberal Peacebuilding as Part of Liberal Internationalism PART II: LESSONS FROM THE SRI LANKAN CASE: 2002-09 3. Evolution of the Sri Lankan Conflict up to 2002 4. Sri Lanka's Recent Peace Process and a Military Termination to the Conflict 5. External Involvement in Sri Lanka's 2002 Peace Process PART III: THE REGION TO THE FORE: EXTERNAL INVOLVEMENT IN ASIA 6. Regional Power Shifts in Asia: External Involvement in Intra-State Conflicts 7. The Case of Myanmar: What Role for the Region? PART IV: CONCLUSION 8. Conclusion: What Indeed is Good and Appropriate
Control code
9781137274168
Extent
296 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137274168
Other physical details
2 maps, 2.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.

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