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  September 1991

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978-1-878379-11-5
 
  November 1993

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978-1-878379-32-0
 
 
Public Health Cooperation in Zones of Conflict
June 2011

Pandemics and Peace examines disease surveillance networks of the Mekong Basin, Middle East, and East Africa to answer two interrelated questions: Why is interstate cooperation in an area of national vulnerability occurring among countries with a history of conflict? How do public-private networks deliver transnational public goods (health), and what factors facilitate or impede effective and legitimate transnational governance?


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978-1-60127-080-1
 
 
The U.S. Role in South Africa's Transition to Democracy
May 2002

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978-1-929223-36-7
 
 
A Macroeconomic Primer for Violence-Afflicted States
September 2012

Creating sound economic policy and a stable macroeconomic framework is essential to societies recovering from violent conflict, yet few practitioners have the background needed to apply economic concepts effectively. To provide practitioners with a concise but broad overview of macroeconomic fundamentals as they touch on violence afflicted states, Brauer and Dunne have created Peace Economics. Filling a gap in the literature on peace design from an economic perspective, Peace Economics extends beyond economic principles into the wider realm of social reconstitution, social contract, and social capital in the hopes of helping practitioners build a more stable peace.


Paperback: $19.95 $16.00
978-1-60127-138-9
 
 
Addressing Claims for Property Compensation and Restitution
April 2006

After sketching the historical background and reviewing conflicting estimates of the amount of property involved, the volume investigates U.S. and UN settlement proposals developed—behind closed doors—in the 1950s and ‘60s, and explains how the peace process from Camp David I to Camp David II and beyond has actually hindered a settlement of property claims.


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978-1-929223-80-0
 
 
A Teaching Resource
June 2013

Enlisting contributions by twenty-three community college professionals, Smith has created a first-of-its-kind volume for faculty and administrators seeking to develop innovative and engaging peacebuilding and conflict resolution programs. Through case studies, how-to's, sample syllabi and course materials, and inspiring anecdotes, contributors draw on learner-centered strategies, experiential learning, and interdisciplinary relationships to teach practical skills and strengthen global connections.


Paperback: $29.95 $24.00
978-1-60127-147-1
 
  June 2010

The day planner features quotes and wisdom from renowned peacemakers and literary figures as well as fascinating facts on key moments of peace and conflict resolution. It also includes 13 detachable full-color postcards of thought-provoking images and artwork on the theme of peace and diplomacy. At 6 ½ x 8 ½,” the day planner is a fun, informative and practical way to track appointments with its 27 spacious, biweekly spreads. Major U.S. and international holidays (including holidays in Canada, the U.K. and New Zealand) religious holidays, moon phases, and seasons are indicated. Pages providing international dialing codes, world time differences, a table of weights and measures, and extra pages for notes make the planner a particularly useful resource.


Calendar:  $19.95
978-1-60127-057-3
 
  July 2011

The Peacemaker's Day Planner 2012 makes the perfect gift for anyone interested in international relations, history, and world peace. Produced on high-quality, recycled paper with a protective cover and sturdy spiral bind, this popular day planner features quotes and wisdom from renowned peacemakers and literary figures as well as fascinating facts on key moments of peace and conflict resolution. It also includes thirteen detachable full-color postcards of thought-provoking images and artwork on the theme of peace and diplomacy.


Spiral Bound:  $14.95
978-1-60127-086-3
 
 
Methods and Techniques (Revised Edition)
November 2007

This updated and expanded edition of the highly popular volume originally published in 1997 describes the tools and skills of peacemaking that are currently available and critically assesses their usefulness and limitations.


Hardback:  $70.00
978-1-929223-65-7
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978-1-929223-66-4
 
 
Minorities at Risk in the New Century
June 2000

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978-1-929223-03-9
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978-1-929223-02-2
 
 
Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Views on Nonviolence and International Conflict
March 1995

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978-1-878379-42-9
 
  September 1996

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978-1-878379-56-6
 
 
A Strategy for Preventive Diplomacy
April 1996

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978-1-878379-52-8
 
 
Balkan Media in War and Peace
January 2003

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978-1-929223-39-8
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978-1-929223-38-1
 

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