Sharing Peace:Mennonites and Catholics in Conversation John A. Radano
A critical study of incentives commonly used to induce non-state armed groups to engage in peace negotiations. Offers a closer analysis of these incentives, which offer such groups a place or a stake in governance, suggesting that not only are they frequently ineffective, but that they can have unintended and dangerous side effects.
The First Northern Ireland Peace Process covers the various attempts to end the Troubles from 1972-76. These attempts included secret talks with the Provisional IRA and a parallel process to build a political consensus between the British and Irish Governments and the main constitutional parties in Northern Ireland. Thomas Hennessey is Reader in History at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Helsinki Agreement and Power Sharing in Aceh:Peace Process Achievement after Six Years the Signing of Helsinki Agreement Inggrid Galuh Mustikawati
Power-Sharing in Conflict-Ridden Societies:Challenges for Building Peace and Democratic Stability
Sharing Our Homeland:Palestinian and Jewish Children at Summer Peace Camp Trish Marx, Cindy Karp
This book describes the problems of intelligence sharing among peacekeeping partners, mainly due to security concerns and a lack of policies and resources. The study posits that the current emphasis on violent extremism as a driver of conflict is misplaced, as TOC is a more pervasive cause, creating and exacerbating instability to increase its markets and capabilities and is an essential funding stream for violent extremists. The book identifies approaches to future missions emphasizing training and resourcing for analysts in the field. Diane E. Chido is Intelligence Advisor to the U.S. Armys Peace Keeping and Stability Operations Institute.
Peace as Governance:Power-Sharing, Armed Groups and Contemporary Peace Negotiations. Auflage 2008 C. Sriram
When evangelizers rise from prayer, their hearts are more open; freed of selfabsorption, they are desirous of doing good and sharing their lives with others. The great men and women of God were great intercessors. Intercession is like a ´´leaven´´ in the heart of the Trinity. It is a way of penetrating the Father´s heart and discovering new dimensions, which can shed light on concrete situations and change them. We can say that God´s heart is touched by our intercession, yet in reality he is always there first. What our intercession achieves is that his power, his love and his faithfulness are shown ever more clearly in the midst of the people. (Pope Francis in Evangelii Gaudium 282-283)